TULUM TREEHOUSE, Interior Concept by Annabell Kutucu & CO-LAB Design Office

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Localisation: Tulum, Drapeau du Mexique Mexique

Tulum Treehouse
Km 7.3 Carretera Tulum-Boca Paila, Tulum, Quintana Roo, Mexico
reservations@tulumtreehouse.com


 


Architecture: CO-LAB Design Office
Interior Concept & Curation: Annabell Kutucu & CO-LAB Design Office

Set at the edge of a tropical jungle, Tulum Treehouse is a private house for exclusive rental, featuring large common areas, several spacious terraces, multiple areas for indoor-outdoor dining, and five bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms.

Locally sourced Tzalam wood contrasts throughout the house with polished white cement. Light and air flow through tranquil rooms appointed with local textiles and ceramics, Oaxacan rugs, and bespoke furnishings by Meridian artisans.

Annabell Kutucu & CO-LAB Design Office


All images courtesy of Annabell Kutucu & CO-LAB Design Office



Co-Lab Design Office



Co-Lab Design Office
Co-Lab Design Office
Architecture

Co-Lab Design Office is a full-service architecture studio located in Tulum. Inspired by the natural beauty of the Yucatan, the group’s projects encourage a greater appreciation of and connection to the natural world through design. Embracing sustainable principles, each project carefully weaves the architectural program with the beauty of each site to create unique contextual designs. Locally sourced natural materials and handcrafted finishes render rooms built around views of nature, gentle breezes, light and shadows, to create new compositions and relationships.

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ANNABELL KUTUCU



Annabell Kutucu
Annabell Kutucu
Interior Design & Styling

A renowned interior designer based in Berlin, Annabell Kutucu has raised great interest with her work on private residences and various international hospitality projects like San Giorgio Mykonos and Scorpios Mykonos, a contemporary interpretation of the ancient Greek agora. Her work combines the handmade, the artisanal, and the organic—elements such as old linen, rough textiles, and weathered wood—with vintage and contemporary pieces to create effortlessly holistic spaces in perfect communion with their surroundings.

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