Our friend Marc Storms, Project Manager and Architect at Blue Forest just sent us photos of their gorgeous latest project called ’Eco Perch.’ The refuge features natural materials and an organic form which allows it to blend perfectly in the nature.
With options to assemble your building on the ground or in the treetops there are infinite possibilities for creating accommodation with a difference. To simplify the planning requirements the building has been designed to conform with the Caravan & Mobile Homes Act.
It’s natural, organic geometry maximizes the relationship between the inside space and the outdoor setting, ensuring the structure sits harmoniously within the landscape. This versatile accommodation unit offers guests an unrivaled experience and provides clients with a vivid resource for PR and marketing, helping to set them apart from the competition.
The building sleeps 4 people and is delivered, assembled and commissioned in a maximum of 5 days (subject to site preparation).The eco-PERCH design is flexible and can be adapted to suit your site where existing infrastructure is already in place.
The Blue Forest eco-PERCH is an inviting retreat that offers guests an exclusive and exquisite hotel or self-catering experience. For the operator, it brings a significant business opportunity, a one-of-a-kind destination experience within a short lead time and without compromising on quality or price. The eco-PERCH concept is based on Blue Forest’s famous tree houses.
Andy Payne, the Managing Director of Blue Forest grew up in East Africa and spent his childhood enjoying the beauty and adventure of the great outdoors. Blue Forest was born from these expereiences and from a desire to bring people closer to the natural world.
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