Design & Concept Focuses on Sustainability
In simple language sustainable architecture embody the ideal that what’s best for the environment serves best for our lifestyles. The architecture redefines the use of local material. Traditional mud cottage feature thick mud walls and roofs made of tin and grass. The designer has thoughtfully incorporated smooth mineral oxide-finished floors and the large design plan for the attached powder room is well-equipped with a hot shower coming from the heating boiler outside. Classy-wooden dressing table adds a vintage look to the powder room.
Sustainable Accommodation To Holiday In
The cottages look grounded with the forest cover behind and the high grass in front. The colour of the walls and furnishings are intentionally subdued allowing the lush natural surroundings to take precedence. They continuously strive to lessen the negative effects on environment so much so even in using simple remedies like the use of mosquito oil instead of power-backed repellents, solar and biomass power, and saying no to landscaping. The owners say — " Our staff is from the local community, so along with providing you wonderful service, they can share their knowledge of the surrounding area and customs. A main facet of our ethos is to benefit the local economy and help bring development to an agricultural area that has few employment opportunities".
Spaces Where Design Meets Nature
One of the favourite space is the resort's open stone, wood and tile-canopied pavilion overlooking the river that doubles as a lounge and dining space. If you're craving for sometime in nature, the hammocks, day beds and benches placed at the best vantage point with lovely views over the grassland and river to the hills beyond is your ideal cosy spot to unwind.