Wander 2.0

We are proud to announce an exciting new partnership and collaboration between Wander and Michel Rojkind that will allow us to further enhance our customer experience.

Malinalco, Estado de México.
Construction Area
Cabaña tipo 01: 25m2 Cabaña tipo 02: 47m2 Cabaña tipo 03: 63m2
Wander + Rojkind arquitectos + Amasa Estudio + TUUX

Our partnership with Michel Rojkind and our new cabin W 2.0 will offer our clients a unique and vibrant experience around design and architecture. -Santiago Garcia Rey / Co-founder and CEO of Wander

Wander (2)

© Rojkind Arquitectos

© Jaime Navarro


A beautiful collaboration by Wander + Rojkind arquitectos + Amasa Estudio + TUUX
The design process of the W 2.0 cabins started from exploring geometric possibilities that would allow the creation of a base module whose pattern would allow the generation of flexible spaces through an initial program that included: living space, kitchen, bathroom, and a bedroom.

Wander 2.0 (4)

© Rojkind Arquitectos

W 2.0 is solved by means of an irregular hexagonal plan, symmetrical from a central axis, from which two straight walls are displaced on the sides and a rear one that allows connections with other modules. From these walls a triangular roof arises on which a central dome rests and crosses the hut at the highest point where the main façade begins, conforming a single triangular glass element that allows a panoramic view of the environment.

The challenge was to consider a design process that could create complex solutions with simple forms.

© Rojkind Arquitectos

© Rojkind Arquitectos


One of the fundamental pillars of Wander is the “Added Value” or “Exit to Community”.

Not only do we offer a unique nature experience to our clients in some of the most beautiful places in all of Mexico, but we also seek to involve the communities of those places in our value chain. First, we do not buy land, but we partner with the owners of the land, mostly “ejidatarios”, with the objective of generating equity value for them without stripping them of their property. Second, we invest in the maintenance and preservation of the land, with the aim of leaving it better than we found it, always with strict adherence to environmental regulations and the uses and customs of the community. Finally, we offer opportunities for work and collaboration to the community, generating even more value.

We are convinced that we need a new model of social and environmental coexistence in our country and in the world, thinking not only of our clients and shareholders but also of our community and the environment.

Malinalco opens for bookings starting Monday, July 19th. Doors open in September.