How Top Designers, Architects, and Entrepreneurs Are Responding to Climate Change
Publication: Architectural Digest
Published: May 2, 2020
Written By: Elizabeth Fazzar
Architectural Digest explores how “in the face of climate change, top designers, architects, and entrepreneurs are rethinking how we live and build.” Architectural Digest conveys that the shift to more sustainable travel methods began even before COVID-19, but that “it’s not just about the journey—it’s about the destination.” The article covers many fields and their different approaches to sustainability. Nayara Tented Camp, designed by Luxury Frontiers, is featured alongside an all-wood soccer stadium, energy efficient cabins, chairs made from recycled materials, and more, all being praised for sustainability.
“Today’s most enticing hotels are doing their part to be greener. Take the new Nayara Tented Camp in Costa Rica, which created a reserve for local sloths…”
Nestled among the trees of the Costa Rican rainforest, Nayara Tented Camp indeed connects guests to nature, provides them with amazing views, and gives them an eco state-of-mind.
Photo taken on site during construction