The land use plan for the entire site.
The overall project has numerous villages and resort areas.
The resort area will consisit of eight different resort villages.
One of the typical neighborhood villages.
The ecological resort area.
The ecological preservation areas of the site.

Baja California Resort Master Plan

Baja Sur, Mexico

We were asked by the client to develop a planning concept for a 100,000+-acre site that occupies 14 miles of coastline in Baja Sur, Mexico. We designed a series of low-impact resort villages along the coast and the interior of the site that were small in scale and would each be centered around a small boutique resort hotel (50 to 150-rooms) and would cluster development so as to reduce the overall footprint of each village. Surrounding each hotel would be a mixture of single-family residences, condominiums and short-term vacation rental apartments and a small cluster of retail commercial shops. The main resort village, harbor, and the series of small outlying resort villages were envisioned to take advantage of the site's beautiful desert topography, with residential villages devoted to desert agriculture, ecological exploration, horseback riding, golf and beach-harbor living.