Architecture, Building and Structure Design Flamingo Club Hotel by Zooco Estudio The main building is also the access, enclosing the hall, the restaurant, a commerce, public areas and rooms. As the rest of the complex it had suffered a mixture of styles being cleaned with this master plan. The east and south facades have organic shapes while the west is more orthogonal. An extension in its east, south, west corner generates a transition between organic and regular. This extension links the nature of the preexistence but cleans its ornaments with pure horizontal lines creating a mass and void perception. The structure is set back from the facade to assure the continuity.