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Glamping for Glampers / ArchiWorkshop

  • 01:00 - 28 January, 2014
Glamping for Glampers / ArchiWorkshop
Glamping for Glampers / ArchiWorkshop, © June Young Lim
© June Young Lim

© June Young Lim © June Young Lim © June Young Lim © June Young Lim + 18

  • Architects

  • Location

    32 Buan-ri, Danwol-myeon, Yangpyeong-gun, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea
  • Project Architects

    Hee-Jun Sim, Su-Jeong Park
  • Project Year

  • Photographs

  • Steel & Membrane Work

    Dong-A System
  • Client

  • Area

    Stacking Doughnut Unit: 53m2 / Modular Flow Unit: 37m2
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© June Young Lim
© June Young Lim

© June Young Lim
© June Young Lim

Glamping Architecture by ArchiWorkshop offers a unique camping experience. Two types of Glamping units with contemporary design positioned in the middle of gentle korean nature. From the Glamping site, you have a view of the valley, miles of forest and the stream.


Stacking Doughnut
Stacking Doughnut

Why not create a Glamping that gives people a chance to experience nature closer, while also providing a uniquely designed architecture experience? These questions led to the creation of Glamping Architecture in Korea – a place where nature, ecological values, comfort and modern design are combined for an exciting adventure.

We developed two types of Glamping units.

© June Young Lim
© June Young Lim

Stacking Doughnut unit is inspired from pebble stones. And Modular Flow unit is designed for extendable structure by juxtaposing modular floor panels.

© June Young Lim
© June Young Lim

These ideas behind stacking Doughnut unit and modular flow unit are to offer high-standard accommodation in various places. We named them sea, dessert, creek, mountain, cave, forest, river and city.


Modular Flow
Modular Flow

Glamping unit uses quality membrane which has characters to UV protection, water-proof, fire resistant. Double layered skins provide better resistance against extreme Korean 4 season weather condition.

© June Young Lim
© June Young Lim

For the complex geometry of the outer skin, computer animated surface plans are plotted with 2D cutters and welded with a high frequency technique, which gives absolute water tightness. The shape and the position of the structures are carefully considered to give aesthetic emergence during both day and night time.


Each Glamping unit has toilet booth with art wall finish, which is painted by young Korean artist. The furniture is also designed by which suits well in the limited inner area. The folding furniture becomes sitting sofa during the day and sleeping bed at night.

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Cite: "Glamping for Glampers / ArchiWorkshop" 28 Jan 2014. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884

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