Revugia is new wilderness retreat designed for Germany’s Black Forest and Harz Mountains. It consists of a series of beautiful cabins and treehouses designed to have minimal impact upon the environment. Designed by architect Matthias Arndt, founder of lichtecht, for German developer TIDEVAND Bau, the resort will be built using wood, natural stone and glass.

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The Revugia resort will offer 50 suites in the main building and over 30 additional lodgings spread throughout the forest. Its architectural style champions simplicity and minimalist forms so as not to draw attention away from nature.

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Revugia will offer spaces for recreation as well as venues for corporate events, meetings, presentations and seminars. It is expected to break ground in the second half of 2018, and is slated to open near the end of 2019.

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Revugia spa and wellness resort, eco-resort, Germany, Tidevand Bau, lichtecht, Matthias Arndt, green resort, natural materials, recreation, wood, stone, glass façade, minimalist design, minimalist

Revugia spa and wellness resort, eco-resort, Germany, Tidevand Bau, lichtecht, Matthias Arndt, green resort, natural materials, recreation, wood, stone, glass façade, minimalist design, minimalist

Revugia spa and wellness resort, eco-resort, Germany, Tidevand Bau, lichtecht, Matthias Arndt, green resort, natural materials, recreation, wood, stone, glass façade, minimalist design, minimalist

Revugia spa and wellness resort, eco-resort, Germany, Tidevand Bau, lichtecht, Matthias Arndt, green resort, natural materials, recreation, wood, stone, glass façade, minimalist design, minimalist