Mexican design studio Weber Arquitectos has utilized dark volcanic stone to build five lodges on a forested location in Valle de Bravo, Mexico.

San Simon Cabins is a system that involves five individual structures including guest houses, a hotel, and a recreational structure on a lush site in the picturesque Valle de Bravo, which is west of Mexico City.

Weber Arquitectos isolated the plan into a few blocks as building a singular structure on the land would have required removing trees.

The project which extends over the 5,000-square-meter site is expected to mix the building together with the surroundings.

The main building and common area are built with volcanic stone. Windows of different sizes are found all over their exteriors and fronted with wood lattice blinds.

Every one of the three guest facilities has an inclined rooftop and is raised on a plinth shaped by rectangular squares of volcanic stone.