IK LAB is a contemporary museum in Tulum, Quintana Roo. It is very close to the beach in one of the most outstanding eco-resorts of this eclectic destination of the Mayan Riviera called Azulik.
The architect Jorge Eduardo Neira is responsible for the unconventional design that the museum has, has been responsible for promoting the preservation of the local culture and recover knowledge of original wisdom to promote multiple forms of interaction with the natural environment.
IK LAB wants to provide a framework for creative minds to interact with this visionary gallery. The entrance to the museum is without shoes and through a circular door. You can not walk around the gallery with bags or suitcases, so you’ll have to leave them near the entrance.
We would like to also remind you that professional cameras are not allowed in this creative site. When we visited IK LAB, the exhibition Configurations by Katinka Bock, Guillaume Leblon and Gabriel Rico, we found it very abstract and quite conceptual.
In addition, its shape and organic materials caught us immediately, converting the architectural construction as the main work of art to appreciate. Another reason to visit this paradisiacal destination.