FULL GALLERY: Ski Resort Built From Repurposed Shipping Containers "Cargotecture"

FULL GALLERY: Ski Resort Built From Repurposed Shipping Containers "Cargotecture"

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FULL GALLERY: Ski Resort Built From Repurposed Shipping Containers "Cargotecture"

The Quadrum Ski and Yoga Resort just opened in the Caucasus mountains of Georgia at an elevation of 7217ft. Built entirely from shipping containers the new structure is gorgeous example of alpine cargotecture. The Sun reports accommodation ranges from single rooms to family and deluxe suites, and there is also a swimming pool and sauna.

“The philosophy behind the project was to safeguard the environment from the harmful effects of work and leisure. While building the hotel, not only has the landscape been untouched, but the materials used to build it were environmentally friendly and of local production.”

Closest ski lift is 5 minutes walk from the hotel. Book your room HERE.

        

Single/double standard
rooms with panoramic windows, 22 sq m.

Double standard room 
individual terrace, 22 sq m.

Family suite (4-5 people)
two joined rooms with individual terraces,
44 sq m.

Deluxe suite
2 separate rooms, three terraces, jacuzzi,
50 sq m.

 * all rooms with mountain view

**in-room TV, free wi-fi
*** breakfast included, lobby bar

 

[images from copeter.ge facebook.com & quadrum-gudauri.com/]

 

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