HD CasaPlutonia Retreat: The Journey of Mind, Body, and Soul

CasaPlutonia Retreat: The Journey of Mind, Body, and Soul

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Discover a New DestinationEXPERIENCE AN INTIMATE JOURNEY TO A DESTINATION SUSPENDED BETWEEN EARTH AND SKY, BODY, AND SOULOfficial website: Architect and Designer: Inspired by Joshua Tree’s breathtaking vistas, infinite sky, and enigmatic rock formations, the team at Archillusion Design has envisioned an architecturally innovative retreat to harmonize with this desert panorama. CasaPlutonia redefines the more traditional concept of a retreat by inviting guests to restore themselves in a sanctuary that fosters synergy among spirit, nature, and high design.Located at the intersection of Southern California’s Mojave and Colorado deserts, Joshua Tree encompasses an otherworldly landscape of boulder piles, indigenous Palm oases, historic trails, and an ecosystem that nurtures the remarkable Yucca brevifolia, the distinctive tree that lends this national park its name. While rock climbers, campers, hikers, naturalists, and artists travel from all over the world to absorb Joshua Tree’s pristine beauty and to disconnect from the routine of everyday life, the park’s vast 790,636 acres guarantee an intimate engagement with the site’s stunning biodiversity. The park preserves traces of ancient religions etched in petroglyphs and a record of indigenous people having thrived on its life-sustaining forces that dates back at least 5000 years to Pinto culture. Around the year 1800 cattlemen and miners discovered the desert’s rich natural resources, while Biblical prophets wandered here seeking divine enlightenment. With an arid atmosphere and expansive horizons, Joshua Tree remains a select destination for relaxation and self-discovery — offering contemplative environments for refreshing both body and mind.Archillusion designed every aspect of CasaPlutonia to foster rejuvenation, promote self-reflection, and provide guests with a tranquil respite from their intense metropolitan lives. Nestled among Joshua trees, some of which have endured for hundreds or even thousands of years, the architecture aims to deepen our awareness of nature’s persistence to thrive among adverse circumstances and our profound reliance on its restorative powers to sustain well-being.Visualization: Artur Nesterenko, Igor Neminov, Victoria Litvin Animation: Igor Neminov, Artur Nesterenko Graphics and Film: Archillusion Design Script: Paulette Singley Photographers: Nikole Yapparova Photos of Joshua Tree Park from: Joshua Tree National Park Flickr Page Sound Track: Jose Manuel Gonzalez Nunez — In Aeris