Emerging South Korean design studio Archiworkshop has injected some serious style into its lately completed “Glamping for Glampers” . Situated within the mountainous region, the remote glampsite features a number of luxurious “tents” which then add serious comfort towards the traditional camping experience.
5 star luxury accommodation modules are a bit of a hybrid from a tent along with a cabin. Developed in two different formations – the circular Stacking Doughnut unit and also the lengthy and expanding Modular Flow unit – have been constructed with wood floors and steel frames that are engrossed in a powerful double layered membrane.
This covering continues to be particularly produced to become Ultra violet, water and fireresistant and, based on Archiworkshop, is fantastic for a multitude of different environments. Inside, visitors can also enjoy polished wood floors, comfortable real beds, a sizable living zone with modern furniture, small kitchen space and toilet facilities.
And when you are wondering in which the bathroom happens when you search the gallery, it’s really hidden inside the two dramatic art walls. Glamping for Glampers looks to become a perfect place to go for eco-vacationers who wish to feel the outdoors but don’t wish to make use of the fuss of camping.