Seems like VIVOOD Landscape Hotel in Valley of Guadalest, Spain is overall monument of skilled combination of architects and designers, marketing and tourism experts who love design, architecture, ecology, healthy living and contact with nature. At least the whole team of the project say so.
Architects baptised this hotel as a sustainable modular accommodation with direct, physical and visual contact with the surroundings, achieved with the enormous windows. The landscape in the area is conserved and restored using local plants and trees. The project has been built using sustainable materials and techniques and blends beautifully into the environment. The main building materials used are wood and black Viroc. Furthermore, the entire hotel is installed with low consumption ambient lighting controlled with low spots of light. These guide guests around the site at night but have no environmental impact and cause no light pollution.
Photography by Pablo Vázquez | Via Home Adore