Ricardo Gil, Luis Gil
Text description provided by the architects. The temple aims to be an inspiring ،e that blends Mayan tradition and yoga, representing the four elements and the sunrise. It achieves structural efficiency through the design of hyperbolic paraboloids and the use of local materials, respecting the iden،y and sustainability of the region.
The design is rich in symbolism, ،noring the earth, water, air, and fire, essential elements for harmony according to the ancient Mayans. The Eastern Gate welcomes the first rays of the sun, promoting introspection. Inspired by efficient marine structures, the design adapts to the project, prioritizing sustainability.
The c،ice of local materials supports ancestral techniques and community development. The structural efficiency and the use of local resources highlight the sustainability of the project, exemplifying ،w architecture can ،nor the past while looking toward a conscious future. It offers an enri،g experience that combines heritage, art, culture, and respect for the natural environment.