Set amid the undulating Korean countryside, Seoul-based practice Archiworkshop has developed a tent village which comprises a series of glamorous camping units. Combining the principles of ecology, comfort and modern design, ‘glamping for glampers’ enables guests to establish a closer connection with nature through two distinctive typologies. The first shelter, entitled ‘Stacking Doughnut’, reflects the circular nature of pebble stones, while ‘Modular Flow’ is envisioned as an extendable structure which comprises juxtaposed floor plans. Both typologies offer flexible, transportable and high-standard accommodation. The units have been named sea, dessert, creek, mountain, cave, forest, river and city.
Combining the facilities of an upscale resort with all the fun and excitement of camping, Moonlight Camp in Montana is an ideal destination for glamping holidays. Nestled in the scenic Blackfoot Valley, the campsite is part of the exquisite Resort at Paws Up and consists of 6 beautifully appointed safari tents. Equipped with en-suite bathrooms, luxury beds and heated slate floors, all units boast beautiful rustic decors with wood and leather accents, earthy colors, and lots of charming details. In addition to the multitude of activities offered, guests have access to a characterful dining pavilion where haute grilled cuisine is served in a friendly and comfortable atmosphere.