In the middle of the Korean countryside, lakes, valleys and streams co-exist with organic structures that resemble strangely compelling giant mushrooms or cream covered pupae cases from some fantasy insect. The units, made up of awning fabric, are places to live in harmony with the outdoors while enjoying contemporary design aesthetics. They are known as “glampers”: created for campers with glamour.

Each of these “units” has an outer fabric that is water-proof and designed to provide UV protection, and fire resistance. The fabric is stretched over a steel frame just like an awning. One end of each unit is a window/door and a small deck space with vistas of the outdoors. Glamping units also have a toilet booth shielded by an art wall and a sofa that converts into a bed at night. Talk about camping in style!