Architectural Wonder in the Woods, New York, U.S
When you think of a trip to New York, you probably think of cool, urban vibes, cityscapes, shopping and skyscrapers. But there’s a whole other side to this cosmopolitan city, and it’s arguably way cooler!
This geometric, architectural masterpiece is situated on 30 acres of preserved land close to the Hudson Valley and Rhinebeck. A once in a lifetime, unique property, it’s completely open plan with no bedrooms – but three people can comfortable stay here.
If you have high eco credentials, this place will suit you, quite literally, down to the ground. Playful and quirky, it’s made from wood and has the kitchen at its sociable centre. Heated from within the ground using geothermal technology and with solar powered electricity, the owners of this property have thought of everything to make this the perfect sustainable stay. Even the water supply is from an underground well with a natural filtration system.
Staying here will cost you around £650 plus fees for a minimum two night stay – but in doing so, you’re supporting the architect-led, not for profit gallery T Space project and sculpture trail. So if you love supporting artistic projects whilst preserving the planet, this cool stay is most definitely for you.