Yani Ernst, the principal architect at Studio 7.83, envisions “Mosseum” as an enchanting Scandinavian Forest Retreat that seamlessly blends modern architecture with the enchanting allure of moss and nature-inspired forms. This visionary project aims to immerse guests in the serene beauty of nature, with wood and moss taking center stage as symbols of life, rejuvenation, and the delicate balance of ecosystems.
The core of Mosseum’s design revolves around the velvety embrace of wood and moss. The ten uniquely shaped cabins mimic the appearance of wood, while moss is artfully integrated into the architecture, adorning walls, walkways, and even roofs. The interplay of light and shadow on moss-covered surfaces creates a captivating ambiance, fostering a sense of wonder and connection to the surrounding forest environment.
Every architectural detail within Mosseum resonates with nature’s patterns and organic forms. Moss and plant-inspired patterns grace fabrics, furniture, and art installations, celebrating the beauty of simplicity and the intricacies of the natural world. The cabin designs themselves echo these principles, seamlessly blending with the forest surroundings.
Mosseum stands as a beacon of sustainability, meticulously crafted with recycled materials and energy-efficient technologies. The project places a strong emphasis on the responsible preservation of moss in its natural habitat, ensuring that the design celebrates moss without compromising the delicate ecosystem it thrives in.