Designed for a remote campsite in Yang-Pyeong, ArchiWorkshop’s “Glamping for Glampers” tents come in two distinctive shapes. One is a long, curving form that easily adapts to rough terrain. This tent’s folding furniture is custom-made, and its pristine white interiors contrast with colorful wall partitions painted by a local artist. The second design’s hollow, circular shape references the pebbles in the area, and it comes complete with a tiny outdoor area.
Both tents are shielded by two layers of an engineered fabric membrane that is waterproof, fire-resistant and UV-proof. ArchiWorkshop’s glamping tents let guests experience nature while enjoying unique lodgings with all the comforts of home.
Photos by June Young Lim