You don’t want ASMR audio of waterfalls and babbling brooks when your yoga heart is actually floating on a lake!

Say hiya to the Lakeside Meditation Pod, an outside house designed by Sri-Lankan architect Thilina Liyanage, to permit yoga practitioners to meditate amidst nature. The pod showcases an virtually egg-like form, placing you within the womb of mom nature, with sufficient ornate decorations to actually give the house a definite aesthetic. Some would even evaluate it to a conch shell, which is thought to have a excessive significance in Hindu custom for its capacity to generate the frequencies of the “Om” chant usually related to yoga and meditation.

Designer: Thilina Liyanage

The meditation pod sits on the sting of a lake, hovering above the water’s floor with sufficient open space to let folks view their environment. To enter the pod, one must climb up a brief flight of stairs that results in the pod’s small flooring, which may simply accommodate as much as 5 folks and one teacher.

The higher view of the pod exhibits its building, utilizing two halves that be part of collectively to kind a vertical seam. Liyanage is thought for his biophilic strategy to design, with liberal use of pure supplies, and the meditation pod falls nicely inside the architect’s model information. The meditation pod makes use of a mix of wooden and composite paneling, with detailing on the roof to present the pod an virtually Faberge egg-like enchantment. There’s even an exit going through the lake, for folks seeking to take a dip after a refreshing yoga session!

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