AutoCamp Yosemite has been esteemed as a progressive glamping experience receiving praise from all corners of the press. AN Interior has featured the project, designed by Anacapa Architecture and Geremia Design, as an outdoor hotel experience meant to connect guests with nature without sacrificing luxury amenities.
Photography by Aaron Leitz
AutoCamp Yosemite offers 35 acres of lodging and common areas. including a 4,000 square foot clubhouse designed as a social space for guests. Craft beer and kombucha are offered as vistors sit around fire pits or attend yoga classes for the ultimate retreat.

Inside the central clubhouse, designers installed Juniper’s THIN Surface Mount Picture Light to illuminate nature-inspired wall art, as well as the THIN Multiples Dyad Vertical to adorn a large common table. Solid brass hardware of the THIN System, naturally blackened and oxidized, complement the modern industrial design elements interwoven throughout the otherwise pine-clad space.

AN Interior boasts, “Together, the design team employed a holistic, yet non-rustic, aesthetic that avoids the typical summer camp tropes.”