The Laguna Village, set to be one of Spain's and Costa del Sol's major tourist and leisure complexes, is entering its final stages.
This development is the result of a collaboration between Rosauro Varo, through GAT Investments, and The Pacha Group. Is expected to open its doors in July.
The New Laguna Village
The new hub aims to "revolutionise the social and gastronomic scene of the Costa del Sol," according to the studio, which expresses pride in earning Pacha Group's trust. Built on the site of a former tourist complex from the 1990s, which was devastated by a fire years ago, the new complex draws inspiration from the vast landscape of Padrón Beach.
The architecture emulates the Sierra Bermeja mountains and the meandering paths of the Padrón River.
As explained by Archidom Studio, the wave or dune-shaped roof integrates the building into the Mediterranean landscape. "We have managed to imprint our signature on the Pacha Group project; thanks to our knowledge of the territory, we have infused the space with rigorously studied natural elements from the area to maintain constant environmental contact.
We have used sustainably sourced, high-durability materials and, of course, no plastics," says Chema Sobrado, founding partner of the studio.
The project incorporates home automation, essential for bioclimatic control, natural lighting, cross ventilation with minimal air conditioning use, and suitable external solar protections with overhangs of up to 5 meters, ensuring the sun never directly hits the premises.
The new Laguna Village, designed to offer exclusive hospitality, dining, and business services, spans 3,000 square meters over two floors, boasting sea views, an outdoor area with an infinity pool centred on a new plaza, a beach club, and parking spaces.
The interior, also designed by the Marbella-based studio, reflects the exterior's style. The Mediterranean touch is added through terracotta tile finishes with mother-of-pearl glazing, avoiding conventional LED strips, and using studied, spot, and warm lighting focused on highlighting specific elements.
In addition to the avant-garde architecture and interior design by Archidom Studio, the new Laguna Village by Pacha Group has also collaborated with companies like Bonifacio Solís construction, Project Manager CBRE, Huete Architects, CQD for Structural Calculations, GARIN Engineers for the installations, and LAND A GARDEN in Landscaping.
The club is poised to become one of the most significant social meeting points in New Golden Mile - Estepona, Southern Spain.