Five tiny vacation homes and glamping sites for less adventurous campers

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Five tiny vacation homes and glamping sites for less adventurous campers

Love the great outdoors but not prepared to slum it in a tent? These micro cabins and sleeping pods provide more glamorous accommodation for holidaying in remote locations (+ slideshow).


Autonomous Tent, California

Autonomous Tent

An American startup was behind this tent-like structure in California, which was designed by architect Harry Gesner.

It aims to provide users with a luxury off-grid camping experience. Find out more about Autonomous Tent »


Glamping on the Rock by ArchiWorkshop, South Korea

Glamping on the Rock by ArchiWorkshop, South Korea

Seoul studio ArchiWorkshop completed this luxury camping facility near the South Korean capital.

It comprises three wooden cabins and a cluster of membranous sleeping pods raised above the rocky terrain on stilts. Find out more about Glamping on the Rock »


Glamping for Glampers by ArchiWorkshop, South Korea

Glamping for Glampers by ArchiWorkshop, South Korea

These tents shaped like worms and doughnuts were also designed by ArchiWorkshop.

They are located on a remote campsite in Yang-Pyeong, South Korea. Find out more about Glamping for Glampers »


Getaway cabins by Harvard students, New York and Massachusetts

Getaway cabins by Harvard students, New York and Massachusetts

Graduate students from Harvard University recently launched a company that designs, builds and rents out wilderness micro cabins.

Called Getaway, it is aimed at urban residents "looking to escape the digital grind and test drive tiny-house living". Find out more about Getaway »


Wagon Station Encampment by Andrea Zittel, California

Wagon Station Encampment by Andrea Zittel, California

Artists and writers wanting to play out a "desert fantasy" can rent a tiny sleeping pod at this remote campsite in southern California, which looks like a scene from a sci-fi film. Find out more about Wagon Station Encampment »