Some like to experience nature by getting up close and personal to the grit and grime, but for the rest of the population the answer lies in the trend of glamorous camping or “glamping” which combines the majesty of the great outdoors with the comforts of luxury travel. A South Korean company called Archiworkshop recently launched a tent series, appropriately titled “Glamping for Glampers” that has a sleek eco-friendly (but still lavish) design that appeals to this modified approach to the world of camping.
Erected on a camp-site in remote Yang-Pyeong, Korea, the Archiworkshop prototypes are waterproof, fire-resistant, and UV-proof, allowing one to experience nature without worrying about hazards. They come in two shapes–a long, curved tent suitable for rough terrain; and a cosy, hollow, circular shape that comes complete with a tiny patio set-up. The furniture within the tents is custom made, featuring a modern white interior balanced with wall murals painted by local artists. These high-tech tents let you experience the great outdoors without sacrificing any of the comforts of home.