An unbelievable new lodge and vineyard in Uruguay has been designed to vanish into its rugged environment. Designed by MAPA Architects, due to the lodge’s mirrored façade, the Sacromonte Landscape Hotel blends effortlessly into the background.
The beautiful hideaway in Maldonado is between a 250-acre stretch of Sierra between Punta del Este, José Ignacio and Pueblo Garzón. The lodge contains of 13 lodge cabins, a vineyard and farm-to-table restaurant.
Taking cues from its pure environment, MAPA has designed modular prefab cabins that use easy metal frames set atop stone bases constructed utilizing stone bases all utilizing native supplies. The cabins have been assembled in Montevideo earlier than being transported 200km to their new home.
The smoked-glass displays the nation’s panorama, shielding inhabitants from view whereas the rear of the cabins encapsulates a logged cabin look.
“In this idyllic landscape, young vineyards adapted to the unique characteristics of its soil, interact with a hill from which the entire spot may be observed, with its lush grasslands, natural spring water reservoirs and several streams that run through the valley densely surrounded by pristine vegetation,” says MAPA.
Nearby, Sacromonte’s farm-to-fork restaurant will showcase native meals, wines and barbequed meats together with lamb, veal and wild boar.
Cabins at this luxury expertise price $700 per night time with friends with the ability to embrace the views from their beds. Each cabin has a non-public deck and round pool. Its interiors are decked in darkish stone flooring and up to date furnishings.
“The façade is composed of a one-way mirror, covering the cabin with an almost magical effect, creating a tense limit between both the camouflage and the rhythm of nature and the unreal sheen of technology and modern times,” they are saying.