The first thing that comes to most people’s mind when they think of Patagonia is the rugged mountainous terrain and wild landscapes. Architecture though? Well, that’s probably one of the last things that come to mind.
Architect Felip Assadi is hoping to change that thinking for those lucky guests of the Awasi Hotel. Featuring 14 villas and one main lodge, the hotel is situated in a private reserve overlooking the beautiful Torres del Paine National Park.
While rugged and minimalist in nature, the private cabins of the Awasi Hotel come complete with hot tubs, fireplaces, a private guide and a 4WD so guests can explore at their own pace.
Built out of local lenga beech wood and framed in iron, the cabins were designed to blend into the landscape while keeping with the traditional architecture of the region.
See the full story at Adventure Journal.