FUGU’s Geodesic Cabins Are Versatile Off-Grid Dwellings For All Seasons & Terrain

Feb 3, 2020

Category: Living

When you’re looking to spend a serene weekend on a snow-covered hillside or a large, open-ended expanse, finding the perfect accommodation for your off-grid adventure might hinder your ability to escape. Luckily, the passionate minds behind FUGU Hospitality — a French architecture and design firm — have created an adaptable “hotel” for the world’s avid explorers.

FUGU Hospitality’s Geodesic Hotel is an unconventional system that relies on an ultra-modular orientation to diversify its use in the outdoor space, offering buyers (or renters) a tailor-made structure that can be built to their exacting standards. Each “bubble” has been tested in the world’s harshest climates to ensure its denizens remain privy to unparalleled weather resistance, insulation, heating/cooling capabilities, and passive air circulation, making the structure an attractive proposition for buyers who are looking to live in an ethical, sustainable way. Whether you’re looking to create a studio, work area, or individual home, FUGU’s innovative domes foreshadow the future of hospitality. If you’re interested in creating your own off-grid escape, head to the company’s website to learn more.

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