Architecture Meets Archaeology at Explora Valle Sagrado, a Peruvian Hotel by José Cruz Ovalle

Archaeological considerations determined how José Cruz Ovalle Estudio de Arquitectura sited Explora Valle Sagrado on 99 acres in Huayllabamba, Peru. Photography by Roland Halbe.

Decking in an indigenous hardwood. Photography by Roland Halbe.

Solid wood from the Amazon rain forest, used for structural columns in the lodge. Photography by Roland Halbe.

Local andesite laid out alongside walkways. Photography by Roland Halbe.

Fields adjacent to the hotel grow quinoa. Photography by Roland Halbe.

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: Sofas.

: Side Chairs.

: Custom Tables.

: Lamps.

Sofas
Vitra International
Side Chairs
Capdell
Custom Tables
HPG International
Lamps
Artemide

A lamp by Michele De Lucchi and Giancarlo Fassina is featured in two of the lodge’s lounges. Photography by Roland Halbe.

From an elevation of 9,000 feet, the hotel has views of Andean peaks. Photography by Roland Halbe.

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Stools
Indea64

Joan Casas i Ortinez designed the stools in the lodge’s bar. Photography by Roland Halbe.

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: Custom Tables, Seating, Rug.

: Lamps.

Custom Tables, Seating, Rug
HPG International
Lamps
Artemide

Wool upholsters custom seating in a suite’s bedroom. Photography by Roland Halbe.

From there, guests walk up a ramp in copaiba wood to reach the 44 standard rooms and six suites. Photography by Roland Halbe.

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: Custom Bench.

: Sconces.

: Sinks, Sink Fittings.

Through : Towel Bar.

Custom Bench
HPG International
Sconces
Artemide
Sink, Sink Fittings
Duravit
Towel Bar
Through Dap Ducasse

An area for sinks sits between enclosures for the tub, shower, and toilet in all guest rooms. Photography by Roland Halbe.

This veranda extends from the main building. Photography by Roland Halbe.

Custom chaise longues recline by the pool. Photography by Roland Halbe.

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Sconces
Targetti
Sconces
Targetti

The interior of a house once inhabited by 18th-century independence hero Mateo Pumacahua has been completely reinvented as the hotel’s spa, with feature walls in adobe. Photography by Roland Halbe.

Roof tile is clay. Photography by Roland Halbe.

Custom alpaca blankets cover the bed in a suite. Photography by Roland Halbe.

Exterior walls are concrete-reinforced adobe. Photography by Roland Halbe.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Buildings incorporate ruins of Inca stone terraces and walls. Photography by Roland Halbe.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Chaise longues perched on a veranda. Photography by Roland Halbe.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Hotel lounges feature fireplaces. Photography by Roland Halbe.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Lounge layouts facilitate conversation. Photography by Roland Halbe.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Indigenous hardwoods compose walkways. Photography by Roland Halbe.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: The bar is lounge-adjacent. Photography by Roland Halbe.

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