Where the last asphalt crumbs are over, before being swallowed by Calimani reservation, you go up the lawn, you go past the last trace of human settlement and stop. Here id Haita Land. We have also settled here, we marvelled, and we couldn’t leave until being certain that we will come back. We, (architects, doctors, engineers, IT specialists, jurists, and managers) have put our heads and dreams together and that’s how Haita Land was born; at first came the Towering Porch, then the Lost Hermit at the very top and the Nesting Nest comfortably, to the valley. The architecture of the houses follows, with respect, the lines, and colours of the mountain, in a restful minimalist style. At the inside we wanted to have just: light, wood and comfort.
This is the beginning of the story of Haita Land, but, with the time, other small houses will appear on this slope, around a community of people eager for escape into wild, to fill in a gap in the tourism in Dornelor County – exclusive locations.