Glamping is the trend of “glamorous camping,” where your outdoor camping adventure includes designer tents and amenities. If you’ve ever wanted to camp, but not quite rough it, check out these new tents from ArchiWorkshop.
ArchiWorkshop is an architectural studio in Seoul, Korea, and their “Glamping for Glampers” project has taken glamping to the next level. Designed for a remote rural campsite in Yang-Pyeong, South Korea, their “worm” and “doughnut” shaped tents give glampers all the amenities they could ever ask for. The tents’ skin is waterproof, fire-resistant, protects the interior from UV rays, and can even be extended on the worm style tents. Inside the tents, ArchiWorkshop designed custom sofa beds and partition walls to screen toilets from the rest of the tent.
The concept behind their work was to create something that allowed glampers to both experience nature and a unique architectural experience. Their worm style units are actually called “Modular Flow” units and are designed to be extendable, while their “Stacking Doughnut” units were inspired from pebble stones. These units were designed to work in a variety of locations and to survive conditions under Korea’s four seasons. On the inside, they are designed to maximize space and provide a pleasing aesthetic during the day and night.
So would you like to go glamping in ArchiWorkshop’s tents? Let us know in the comments.