There’s nothing we love more than architecture that implements sustainable practices, and that’s exactly what we have here with the Tubo Hotel. This quaint boutique hotel was designed by the team at T3arc Architecture.
Residing on the outskirts of Tepoztlán, Mexico, the multi story cluster of rooms is actually a collection of recycled concrete pipe. The pipes have been revamped, and transformed into sleeping quarters equipped with a queen size bed, fan, lighting, and a glass entry way allowing natural light to enter the rooms. To ensure the guests have privacy, each of the rooms features a curtain running across the glass entry way.