The outdoor area of a large hotel at the Caribbean ocean is getting transformed into a densely planted landscape of 20,000 square metres utilising local vegetation. Various buildings are set within the wild greenery including an open auditorium, swimming pools, pavilions for family activities and additional supporting facilities. All of these are being made from the local soil ‘sascab’ that gives the concrete structures a warm tone in contrast to the green plants, but likewise unites them to a family of buildings. Smoothly curved paths make for a diverse experience wandering through the park. A long water slide gives a new outlook on the existing Mayan ruin that is situated on the site.