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The Tree Houses
Miami | USA
The design includes two decks; the lower which is the main playground space where surreal trees and gigantic flowers rise to the sky creating structures for habitable houses with playground functions inside.
This area is both, a playground and an open public space inside the cruise where kids and adults can find fun activities to explore.
Featuring 9 holes, the mini gold also includes shading structures and playing elements, seating features and playful objects that invites everyone to come out to play.
This colorful playscape immerses the users in a surrealist world, where big flowers work as sun shading objects and tree houses including playful features to free kids’ imagination.
Each house contains a different activity taking into account both, aspects of children’s development, as well as being fun and safe to use.
Project Name:Design: 100architects (Shanghai)
Design Team: Marcial Jesús, Javier González, Lara Broglio, Mónica Páez, Keith Gong, Cosima Jiang.
Client: Royal Caribbean Cruises
Area: 300 m2
Completion: September 2019
Location: Miami, USA
The Tree Houses
A surreal play-scape for kids and adults alike, including resting and entertainment features on the decks of Royal Caribbean Cruises, an international cruise ship company.
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It is an inhabitable architectural object inserted on top of an existing urban environment, but alienated from its surroundings.
This architectural object intervenes in the space by touching the ground and acting as an accessible and multifunctional platform, allowing people to stand on top of it and interact directly.
The main objective of this conceptual prototype is to trigger a massive public interest to the place, encouraging the rise of high public affluence, becoming a remarkable virtual landmark that attracts customers and cultivates important human dynamics and commercial activity.