This space offers a shelter from the rain, and is also a place to listen to some music or read (there's a book collection that is seeking to grow). We built it using mud, straw, bamboo, tin sheets and wood from the island.
Outside, this drawing room is surrounded by balconies offering different seats where one can lie back and get comfortable.
There are two types of tents: tents with one double-bed and tents with two single-beds.
Such tents are located bordering the wetlands and 50 meters away from each other, guaranteeing, along with the vegetation, intimacy and a direct contact with nature. We built them on 2-meter-high wooden structures, to guarantee a wider landscape and a fresh ventilation, especially during the summer.
Moreover, they offer a partly covered veranda, that can be used even on rainy weather. The south and north sides of the tents are made of a double layer: a mosquito-net and a cloth curtain. Opening the curtains will transform the tent into a transparent environment, deeply immersed among the tree tops.
The bathrooms offer individual showers with enough space to get changed and sinks with both hot and cold water.
To construct them, we used a recycling concept. The used materials were: packaging timber (Oregon pine), recycled PET-sheets and reused zinc sheets.
Open air dining-room
This dining room counts with various bars where you can enjoy fire-cooked meals while your eyes rest on the island's intense vegetation.
The roof is made of reused tin sheets and pillars made of local wood.