January 15, 2019

Finnish-Italian architecture office VOID Architecture and Finnish timber house manufacturer Honkatalot/PolarlifeHaus have developed the Glass Resort, a winter holiday destination in Rovaniemi, Finland. #Resort #WinterResort #Hotel #Architecture

Images by Timo Laaksonen

 

Structure workplace VOID Structure and timber home producer Honkatalot/PolarlifeHaus have developed the Glass Resort, a winter vacation vacation spot in Rovaniemi, Finland.

 

Finnish-Italian architecture office VOID Architecture and Finnish timber house manufacturer Honkatalot/PolarlifeHaus have developed the Glass Resort, a winter holiday destination in Rovaniemi, Finland. #Resort #WinterResort #Hotel #Architecture

Images by Timo Laaksonen

The primary constructing incorporates a reception space, and adjoining to the reception is a wooden shingled hut, that’s house to the resort’s restaurant.


This modern winter resort has a reception area, and adjacent to the reception is a wood shingled hut, that's home to the resort's restaurant. #Shingles #HotelDesign

Images by Timo Laaksonen

The restaurant opens as much as a big room with excessive ceilings, a mezzanine degree, and huge sloped home windows that present a view of the outside and an abundance of pure gentle.


This modern restaurant opens up to a large room with high ceilings, a mezzanine level, and large sloped windows that provide a view of the outdoors and an abundance of natural light. #Restaurant #Windows

Images by Timo Laaksonen

Again exterior, and the resort is product of a gaggle of up to date and distinctive wood cabins, the place consolation, generosity of house, and compelling views in direction of the encircling forest and sky are central to the design.


This winter resort is made of a group of contemporary and distinctive wooden cabins, where comfort, generosity of space, and compelling views towards the surrounding forest and sky are central to the design. #Resort #Finland #Cabins

Images by Timo Laaksonen

Contained in the cabins, a wall of home windows exhibits off surrounding space, whereas inside, there’s an open plan front room and eating space.

A black spiral staircase leads as much as the lofted bed room, which additionally has a glass ceiling above the mattress, making it simple to stargaze at night time. All the glass surfaces are heated to permit views even in snowy situations.


Inside this modern cabin, a wall of windows shows off surrounding area, while inside, there's an open plan living room and dining area. A black spiral staircase leads up to the lofted bedroom, which also has a glass ceiling above the bed, making it easy to stargaze at night. #Cabin #Windows #GlassCeiling

Images by Timo Laaksonen

The cabins even have their very own minimalist kitchen with black cabinetry and an inventive backsplash.


This minimalist kitchen features black cabinetry, an artistic backsplash, and a wood countertop. #Kitchen #BlackKitchen #KitchenDesign

Images by Timo Laaksonen | Architect: VOID Structure | Engineering and supply: Honkatalot / Polar Life Haus | Building: LogPro | Inside Design: Minna Pennanen