The EcoFloLife Palm Village has been designed by Italian architect Giancarlo Zema as a concept resort that would provide impressive amenities for guests. The bungalow-style resort is imagined for the Maldives where it would sit over the water to offer each room its own viewpoint right out to the ocean. The bungalows would be made with laminated wood from PEFC-certified forests and would feature photovoltaic palms around the walkway by LumineXence to passively collect solar energy.
The EcoFloLife Palm Village would speak to the increasing number of consumers interested in eco-friendly travel, while still accommodating a preference for luxurious amenities at the same time. The resort would thus be widely applicable to a range of travelers eager to enjoy a trip unlike any other.