The Kumoan hotel overlooks the Himalayas

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The Kumoan hotel overlooks the Himalayas

The structure, designed by Zowa Architects, is built using bamboo canes to wrap the glass walls. This is one of the main features of the hotel located in Uttarakhand, India. More precisely, the building is located in the village of Kasar Devi, taking its name from the surrounding region of Kumaon, which lies 1600 meters above sea level, known for its picturesque landscape of mountains, forests and valleys.

The hotelís main building is perched on the highest point of the site and includes two straight volumes covered partly in bamboo. Its upper level, which houses the dining room, has been set at right angles to the lower level and is faced with windows on three sides to offer spectacular views of the Himalayas.

A hall, a library and various administrative structures are contained at ground level and the saloon roof can also be used as a space for outdoor dining and yoga.


The Kumoan hotel overlooks the Himalayas
The Kumoan hotel overlooks the Himalayas
The Kumoan hotel overlooks the Himalayas
The Kumoan hotel overlooks the Himalayas
The Kumoan hotel overlooks the Himalayas
The Kumoan hotel overlooks the Himalayas
The Kumoan hotel overlooks the Himalayas
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