Glamping in Korea by ArchiWorkshop
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Glamping in Korea by ArchiWorkshop

Positioned in the middle of gentle korean nature, Glamping is a unique camping experience designed by Seoul-based firm ArchiWorkshop, enjoying the views of the valley.

Architects: ArchiWorkshop
Location: Yangpyeong, Gyeonggi, South Korea
Photographs: Lim June Young

Glamping in Korea by ArchiWorkshop

© Lim June Young

Glamping in Korea by ArchiWorkshop

© Lim June Young

There are two types of Glamping units: the Stacking Doughnut unit is inspired from pebble stones, and Modular Flow unit is designed for extendable structure by juxtaposing modular floor panels.

Glamping in Korea by ArchiWorkshop

© Lim June Young

Glamping in Korea by ArchiWorkshop

© Lim June Young

Glamping in Korea by ArchiWorkshop

© Lim June Young

The complex geometry of the outer skin are created by computer animated surface plans are plotted with 2D cutters and welded with a high frequency technique.

Glamping in Korea by ArchiWorkshop

© Lim June Young

Glamping in Korea by ArchiWorkshop

© Lim June Young

Each Glamping unit has toilet booth and folding furniture.

Glamping in Korea by ArchiWorkshop

© Lim June Young

Inspiration from architect:

Why not create a Glamping that gives people a chance to experience nature closer, while also providing a uniquely designed architecture experience? These questions led to the creation of Glamping Architecture in Korea – a place where nature, ecological values, comfort and modern design are combined for an exciting adventure.


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