This rustic-modern aesthetic hotel was designed by Heinz Legler, who used to own a film set construction company and Veronique Lievre, previously a set decorator, from Paris. They started this project as their personal hideaway, but it ended up construction an hotel in a 5 acre area, with infinity pool, spa, restaurants, yoga hut and 8 guest rooms. This year they expanded their hotel with V-Houses, 5 units with 3 units for hotel staff, 2 for guests, a kitchen and a shared bathroom. This three tower-houses have a particular structure, raising from a small concrete foundation. The V Houses are made out of steel, plywood and red corrugated iron roofs. Each V-House is 16′x16′ with open sides to maintain views and air flow. Standing 18′ apart, the V-houses have basically no environmental impact or foot print and can be built on any surface condition.