This is a fully tailored experience for your tastebuds and your mind. First and foremost, the location is remote, the vistas are stunning and the sunsets are out of this world. The design for this space considered the timing of sundown and how that would affect the atmosphere inside. Meals here are truly something special, the menu reflects the best of what is available locally, with creativity at every turn. Evoking emotion was the goal. Conceptually, nature was key, having one fluid idea of being IN nature while experiencing all it has to offer. The trip here is perfect for celebrating a milestone, creating lifelong memories, even trying something unexpected in a nature-filled space that encourages a fantastic time.
SUSTAINABLE & ECO-FRIENDLY LIVING! A micro-greens cultivator, solar-powered BBQ, high-tech glass that changes opacity, & an on-site apiary are some of the features in this Eco design. It was a fun challenge in creativity, and innovation. This tiny house features a rain garden, solar panels, and custom furniture with re-purposed materials. The Living Building Challenge petals were used as guidelines. Introducing a whole new way to live off the land!
The high-tech window glass includes an option to turn the opacity up for darkness while sleeping. Custom-made furniture allowed for space-saving storage and for found materials to be reused.
Raising the bedroom allowed for a larger, very airy feel. Storage under the stairs also creates an open atmosphere in the main living area.
The goal with this room was to create an inviting room without using very much space. The sink area can handle some storage, while the entire room is made to handle water, as there is no defined shower area. This really helped to save on space and create a luxurious feel. The floor is sloped slightly to allow for drainage, which is collected for treatment. The bathtub sits in front of frosted glass for relaxation and tranquility. Recycled materials were used here, re-purposed as much as possible and long-lasting finishes were picked.