Felipe Assadi Architects designed these minimal hotel cabins that opens wonderful views over Chilean hillside. 12 cabins are located outside the National Park of Torres del Paine in the Patagonia and are scattered across the hillside. Architects say, that they wanted to minimize the visual impact of the buildings and hide them in the landscape. So they went with an option of creating single units that will be segregated from each other. The cabins are built from black metal frames, covered with beech wood planks both in interior and exterior. Each cabin consists of one bedroom, lounge area and bathroom. Communal area and restaurant are located in the larger block which is located on the crest of the hill with views over the lake and peaks of the Paine Massif mountain. All buildings are connected with paths for pedestrians and each building is surrounded with at least one tree that offers visitors some privacy.
Photos by Fernando Alda