The Ziedlejas wellness resort from Krimulda parish, in Latvia in a beautiful place where guests can escape the city and their daily rituals and enjoy the tranquility of nature. The resort is constantly evolving, with new sections and amenities being added over time. 

The resort's newest additions are three small cabins built in 2020
The resort’s newest additions are three small cabins built in 2020

In 2020 studio Open AD built here three small cabins which can be rented individually and where guests can relax and enjoy a perfectly view of the wonderful surrounding landscape. The cabins have fully glazed fronts and the panoramic view is actually replacing the TV, offering visitors a new kind of experience. 

Each cabin enjoys a panoramic view of the beautiful surrounding landscape
Each cabin enjoys a panoramic view of the beautiful surrounding landscape

The cabins share the same design and proportions. They’re all clad in Corten steel panels and glass which gives them a modern aesthetic which is inspired by nature as well as by local culture. The main concept that this entire resort is built on is one that aims to keep tradition and core values alive but to adapt them to the modern needs of the visitors. The conditions are up to standard both aesthetically and ergonomically and the minimalism suits this place in every way. 

The resort also includes saunas where guests can unwind and enjoy a truly relaxing experience
The resort also includes saunas where guests can unwind and enjoy a truly relaxing experience

The intentional simplicity of the cabins puts an emphasis on nature and the wonderful calmness and tranquility that surrounds them. This truly is the perfect destination if you want to recharge your batteries and rediscover your core values. On the exterior, the use of Corten steel adds a beautiful patina to the cabins and inside the cabins offer a very tactile experience. They have simple floors of polished concrete, aged wood and brick surfaces and an intentionally weathered feel even though everything is new and in perfect shape. 

The cabins are surrounded by lots of greenery and take full advantage of the remote and quiet location
The cabins are surrounded by lots of greenery and take full advantage of the remote and quiet location
Each cabin has a fully glazed front, its own perfect glass nook from where to take in the beauty of nature
Each cabin has a fully glazed front, its own perfect glass nook from where to take in the beauty of nature

The furniture was custom made to fit the small interior, including space-efficient pieces such as folding double beds and pop-up tables. They also have mezzanine floors with extra sleeping areas. Outside, a shared terrace garden provides all the fresh herbs for tea and sauna rituals. 

The resort promotes a return to simplicity and preservation of local traditions but also embraces a modern aesthetic
The resort promotes a return to simplicity and preservation of local traditions but also embraces a modern aesthetic
The interior design is inspired from Japanese culture, featuring tea tables that pop up from the floor
The interior design is inspired from Japanese culture, featuring tea tables that pop up from the floor
The overall design also placed an emphasis on natural materials and pure finishes
The overall design also placed an emphasis on natural materials and pure finishes
The intentional minimalism and authenticity makes thee cabins very immersive
The intentional minimalism and authenticity makes thee cabins very immersive
The glazed fronts provide visitors with a great view which can be admired from the bedroom
The glazed fronts provide visitors with a great view which can be admired from the bedroom
The furniture was custom-designed by the tiny homes found across Japan
The furniture was custom-designed by the tiny homes found across Japan

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