Known as "Immerso Glamping", this alpine cabin, designed by Italian architects Fabio Vignolo and Francesca Turnaturi, is true to its name: it allows guests to go off the grid and reconnect with nature in an inventive way. While the prefabricated shelter is designed to be easily moveable, Immerso Glamping is currently located in the alpine village of Usseaux in Italy's Piedmont region.
Immerso Glamping, a 65-square-foot prefab structure designed by Italian architects Fabio Vignolo and Francesca Turnaturi, is located in the Piedmont region of Italy. With a simple palette of birch plywood and plexiglass, the cabin was inspired by the architects’ experience designing easy-to-assemble, flat-packed cabins for disaster relief. You can book it on Airbnb for around $90.
Birch plywood panels, full-height windows and a transparent roof compose "Immerso Glamping
Birch plywood panels, full-height windows, and a transparent roof compose "Immerso Glamping" set in the Italian alpine town of Usseaux.
The chic, minimalist interiors sleep two and have a slightly rustic feel. There is only room for a double bed and a small stool.
The transparent roof allows almost total immersion with the alpine surroundings.
Immerso Glamping sits lightly on the land.
The door panels open fully to the surroundings.