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Destination Design heads to Bornes de Aguiar, Portugal to spend some time inside the woods at Pedras Salgadas Spa & Nature Park. Designed by Luis Rebelo de Andrade, the retreat consists of 12 modular eco-houses, two tree houses, and one most essential residence that seamlessly combine into the centuries-earlier park it’s located in.
These tree houses will make you feel comparable to you’re dwelling your childhood fantasy by sleeping amongst the timber nevertheless contained in the comforts of an expensive, design lodge. They even resemble snakes whose heads have risen up from the underside.
The mattress inside the tree house is positioned to view the celebs and the luxurious greenery that surrounds the grounds. Even though there’s Wifi, the character appears to be favor it’s much more entertaining than one thing you’d uncover on the laptop.
Each of the eco-houses choices outdoors decks and areas, along with flooring-to-ceiling house home windows retaining nature shut.
Each of the buildings have been assembled onsite and strategically fitted into areas between the normal timber.
They labored with Modular System on the prefab modules so that the land and timber would keep undisturbed.
The interiors are saved clear and straightforward with a minimalist actually really feel due to the white-on-white color palette that was used. The white is paired with the picket flooring and furnishings holding the areas warmth.
The thermal spa lets pals sit back in a nineteenth century setting up that was renovated by Alvaro Siza Vieira, bridging earlier and new.
After a thermal dip, you’ll head outdoors for a swim inside the outdoors pool.
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What: Pedras Salgadas Spa & Nature ParkWhere: Parque Pedras Salgadas, 5450 – 100 forty Bornes de Aguiar, PortugalHow rather a lot? From about $222 a night.Highlights: Lush inexperienced surroundings that help you loosen up and profit from the comforts of nature. A renovated thermal spa for the final phrase in relaxation.Design draw: Minimalist eco-houses and tree houses which will make you feel like a toddler climbing timber and tenting. Sleek and straightforward, white-on-white interiors that basically really feel like an expensive lodge.Book it: [email protected]
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