Focusing its efforts on upscale airstream lodging, AutoCamp Yosemite was designed by Geremia Design and Anacapa Architecture to keep a similar design aesthetic to its previous two locations, with a twist. The designers felt it was most important to blend the project with its surroundings and give a uniqueness featuring pine wood exteriors and California-specific design nods. They subtly placed common modern industrial design threads throughout the project for continuity between locations to keep with AutoCamp’s branding.
Photography by Aaron Leitz
The site offers private cabins and tents, as well as public clubhouses and luxury amenities. Guests are encouraged to engage in picturesque outdoor activities, and come back to relax on Tempur-Pedic mattresses, in temperature-controlled spaces, and on Wi-Fi for a truly convenient and comfortable experience.
The clubhouse features Juniper’s THIN Modular Lighting System as contemporary picture lighting and linear pendant lighting. Blackend brass accents the modern industrial elements found throughout the space to complement light wood tones.
“AutoCamp’s mission is to connect people with the outdoors and each other, and AutoCamp Yosemite represents a landmark moment for our team, the local community, and for travelers that are looking for new and unique ways to experience the outdoors.”
—AutoCamp Founder and CEO, Neil Dipaola