Bungalove, a project designed by Studio 63 Architecture + Design with collaboration with ED Contract. New needs, new ideas or the rediscovery of old habits, bring us to radically rethink the concept of hospitality.
An evolution of the concept, which is no longer tied to an aesthetic value of the space where everything has been done, but to the environment where the space is immersed. The future of hospitality, is to have the opportunity to enjoy wild places that are not accessible to “classic” tourist accommodation.
A nomadic room that wanders without leaving any marks; “green” because it respects the host environment.
A temporary space for a temporary stay. It is the idea of a return to nature, which refers to certain ‘radical’ attitudes that in the late ’60s led to the creation of fantastic living cells, perfectly efficient, which could be directly inserted into the desired location.
A housing unit that favors the contact with nature and with the site, but with all the amenities and comforts that the modern traveler requires. Consisting of a platform and a wall decorated where the aggregation can give life to a single room as well as the apartment, bungalows and a living space designed especially expanded and evolved and transformed.
A system for all’hotellerie fully customizable, with a flexibility of composition that allows the application from a simple village to a luxury resort.
Bungalove … disassembling living.
+ Project credits / data
Project: Concept for BUNGALOVE
Architecture: Studio 63 Architecture + Design | http://www.studio63.it/
General contractor: ED Contract | http://www.edcontact.com/
System for buildings: Reag
Furnitures designer: Casamania
Office furnitures and systems: Frezza
Lighting furnitures: Danese Milano
Bathroom furnitures: Agape
Hardwood flooring: Listone Giordano
Recomposed stone flooring: Listotech
Audio and video system: Neod
Beds and matress: Ennerev
Production of metal tubes: Tubificio del Friuli
Hardwood decorative panels: Gizia
Decorative panels: Latho veneers
Painting: Stelma Paint
Photographer: Prospettive Srl
+ All images, drawings and description courtesy Studio 63 Architecture + Design