The twelve lodges spread in the idyllic landscape of Torres del Paine Mountains and Lake Sarmiento were designed to offer full intimacy and comfort in the middle of nature.
The architecture of the lodges and their rectangular shape was influenced by traditional Patagonian shelters which are naturally blending in the scenery. The difficulty of the constructions consisted in the unusual terrain, a moist soil that inspired the pillars sustaining the buildings. The main material used here was the local beech tree that helped the scattered cabins to blend perfectly in the surroundings.
Even though these villas seem scattered with no plan what so ever, they are actually positioned perfectly so they won’t face one another. The different elevations on little hills make the most of the beautiful nature so no one is deprived of what they can admire out the window.
The retreat has 11 cabins which measure 80 square meters each and one cabin where they have the reception area and the restaurant. All the interiors have minimalistic, yet cosy design that almost enhances the beauty of the outer world. There is nothing inside that can disrupt the peacefulness of the exterior.
This is such a beautiful retreat that invites people to relaxation and meditation in a cosy atmosphere. If we cannot be there, at least we can enjoy the photos: