Rising above the unspoilt coast of New South Wales in Australia is the eco Paperbark Camp. It provides visitors with all of the posh hotel amenities they might desire, including a deluxe safari tent, a hot bath, downy cotton sheets, and a treetop dining room.
The Drew House by Anthill Construction is an industrial chic prefab pod near Gladstone, Australia. Powered by the sun and surrounded by lush greenery, it harvests rainwater and boasts a recycled graywater system.
Bubbletree tents can be rented out from different locations around France. Prefabricated and made from clear, UV-reflecting recyclable materials, they offer 360-degree views, if you don’t mind a little exhibitionism.
Glamping for Glampers consists of two distinctively shaped shelters—one long and one donut-shaped—designed by South Korean studio ArchiWorkshop. High tech and low impact, they’re placed on a remote campsite in Yang-Pyeong and feature custom-made folding furniture and white interiors decorated with young artists’ paintings.
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