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Cocoon Suites, Sri Lanka

Cocoon Suites, Sri Lanka: Redefining Eco-Luxury in Resort Design

Introduction to Cocoon Suites

Cocoon Suites, a standout project by Nomadic Resorts, located at the Wild Coast Tented Lodge in Sri Lanka, is an epitome of innovative, sustainable luxury in the realm of resort design. This project beautifully marries advanced architectural practices with eco-consciousness, setting a new standard for luxury eco-resorts.

Design Philosophy and Sustainability

The architectural concept of the Cocoon Suites is inspired by the natural form of a caterpillar, reflecting the stages of transformation and growth. This design philosophy extends to the use of sustainable materials and construction techniques, reducing the environmental footprint while enhancing the aesthetic and structural integrity of the suites.

Luxurious Yet Sustainable Interiors

Designed by Bo Reudler Studio, the interiors of Cocoon Suites are a testament to sustainable luxury. The suites feature bespoke furniture crafted from local, sustainable materials, four-poster beds, and luxurious open bathrooms equipped with freestanding copper baths, all designed to provide an immersive experience that is both indulgent and environmentally responsible.

Innovative Features and Eco-Friendly Practices

Each suite is equipped with a 4.5m high vaulted ceiling, maximizing space and natural light, and is constructed using eco-friendly, prefabricated materials that ensure minimal impact on the natural surroundings. The integration of solar panels and water recycling systems further emphasizes the commitment to sustainability.

Community Impact and Environmental Stewardship

Beyond their architectural and interior design, Cocoon Suites are designed to positively impact the local community and environment. Through the use of local labor and materials, the project supports local economies and ensures that environmental conservation is woven into every aspect of its operations.

Conclusion: A Blueprint for Future Resort Developments

The Cocoon Suites by Nomadic Resorts are not just a place to stay; they are a beacon for the future of resort architecture. They exemplify how design innovation can be effectively aligned with eco-friendly principles to create spaces that are both luxurious and responsible. This project sets a benchmark for future developments in luxury resort architecture, proving that environmental stewardship and luxurious living can coexist seamlessly.


Cocoon Suites, Sri Lanka

The Cocoon Suites function as the guest accommodation of Wild Coast Tented Lodge in Sri Lanka. The light-weight prefabricated tented pods are customized versions of Nomadic Resorts Looper model that are inspired by the form of a caterpillar.  The 4.5m high vaulted ceiling provides a spacious interior while keeping a relatively compact and efficient layout. The units include a bedroom with living, a fully functioning en-suite bathroom and an outdoor living area with plunge pool.

Wild Coast Tented Lodge, Yala, Sri Lanka
Resplendent Ceylon
28 tented guest suites
Nomadic Resorts

Bo Reudler Studio


The interior concept has been developed by Bo Reudler Studio and combines ecological luxury and local elegance with a contemporary edge. It captures a sense of exploration and adventure associated with steampunk, airships and safari and campaign tents. The arched interior feels cocooning yet spacious, with all elements meticulously designed to accommodate the curvature of the fabric-lined walls. Central to the main space is a four-poster bed and bespoke campaign furniture that evokes bygone eras of discovery. In the open bathroom, guests bathing in the freestanding solid copper bath can enjoy private views of the bushland behind. Noble materials such as copper, brass, leather and plantation teak will age gracefully while local textiles add colourful accents.