Forest Temple is made entire out of ropes tightly wrapped around a few tree trunks. The area in-between the trees accommodates a generous “tribal” gathering spacewhere artists, artisans, architects, writers, photographers and yogis can meet and reconnect with nature.
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“Living in tents and teepees and eating from the nature, the tribe started to do a circular meditative movement to connect a handful of pine trees with natural linen rope. The result is insect architecture, a man-made semi-transparent cocoonswinging together with the trees. Architecture is the art of reality. There is no other reality than nature.”
+ Marco Casagrande Laboratory
Lead photo by Lina Pilibaviciute