Connection Between Interior and Exterior
All the furniture pieces in the rooms were designed and built using locally sourced and naturally dried laurel, the most common hardwood in the region and combined with leftovers of the construction site such as the steel rebars and framings. The wood claddings and drop ceilings are built with shou sugi ban fire-treated pine. This environmentally conscious technique was invented by the Japanese in the 17th century. Custom-made colonial tiles add depth to the large bathroom that is fitted out with bald concrete vanities and vintage accesories.
These have the most direct connection to the forest, showcasing 100 year old precious wood specimens so close to the space that they actually cast their shadow above the room's ceiling.
All of our rooftops are flat and completely inhabitable. some are equipped with seating, dining or lounging furniture, and others are left empty for fitness, yoga or massage. Dive into the canopy of existing trees and discover this unique sensations.