Horizon 88 is a Lunar Glamping

Project 88 is the First Lunar Glamping

By now you probably have heard of glamping already?! You know ‘glamorous camping’: the type of camping where you don’t get dirty and not fully enjoying the real nature experience. Well, in with glamping you can have a taste of that with all the comfort you can think of like shower, bathrooms and a proper sleeping situation. Different kind…

I personally enjoy both and this project, Horizon 88 is a bit different. It’s a Lunar Glamping where you can contemplate the stars. Pretty cool!

Horizon 88 is a Lunar Glamping

Horizonte 88 is located in the Formica space at Casa Decor 2020 in Madrid. The brand’s decorative surfaces and laminates are the undisputed protagonists of the lunar glamping.

They have been used to recreate the topography of the satellite, line the walls, cover the exterior part of the capsule and for the creation of furniture. One sole material with a wealth of surprising finishes that has allowed for the creation of a scenario full of nuances and contrasts.

Horizon 88 is a Lunar Glamping

These laminates include an exclusive laminate design, inspired by the surface of the Moon, created jointly by Formica Group and the renowned American artist Matthew Day Jackson 7 on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the landing of Apollo 11 on the Moon.

This custom laminate design, dubbed MDJ Kuu (“kuu” is Finnish for “moon”), replicates, to scale, the surface of the dark side of the Moon. And it shows the infinite creative possibilities of the Formica® Collection.

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Horizon 88 is a Lunar Glamping

Clara Hernández Widmer – Interior designer
Caulinphoto – Architecture photography
Miguel Catalá – Video editing
Roberto de Vicente Pina – Architect

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