The seven regular cabins are all unique, but all stem from the same idea. Since the site is a natural reserve, care has been taken in the placement and construction of the them. In order to minimise the need for clearing out the environment, they all sit on steel poles which have been drilled into the rock foundation. The shape of each cabin has been optimised to interfere as little as possible with the foliage, while still providing a large panoramic view towards the river.
The interior feature very dark, matt surfaces, which eliminates reflections in the single large window of each room. As the interior is toned down you do not even notice the room, because the view is so captivating and is given the space to shine. The only colour inside is the tiny, bright yellow bathroom working as a nice contrast, and a bit of fun in the midst of the otherwise serious expression.
The result of the toned down architecture, and the well planned site, is a feeling of complete integration with the wild surroundings. The cabins hide well and seem to be held up by the trees and plants. It almost looks like the cabins have been here for thousands of years, and nature now is starting to reclaim the place.