When we arrive is really being annoyed at the unbridled pace of our contemporary urban lives, the idea of going to spend a few days in a retreat away from everything may seem interesting. It is surely with this perspective in mind that the London architecture firm Henry Goss Architects designed this retreat called Hunter House.
Located in a desert area of Arizona, in the United States, Hunter House sums up everything we want and need for a few days of retreat Away from everyday worries. With a concept located between retirement, the super luxury hotel and the Bed & Breakfast, this hotel is suitable for those seeking simplicity with luxury in a extremely minimal environment surrounded by an extreme nature.
The structure consists of two main blocks of two levels of apparent concrete with straight shapes and perfectly well defined lines. The exterior minimalism combines perfectly with an interior decoration equally clean and without excess. The omnipresent apparent concrete reminds us without a doubt of the rudeness of the nature that surrounds the building that finally integrates very well with its surroundings.
A large pool leaving from inside the building to extend between terraces and surrounded by rocky gardens is one of the attractions of this hotel out of series. The occupants of this lodging can certainly feel perfectly integrated into nature that surrounds them in an organic environment that is felt in every corner.
Thought to receive no more than eight people, the hotel Hunter House is a perfect example of a minimal concept taken to a level that reminds us that luxury is not always what it seems.
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