Composed of repeated equilateral triangles, the metallic structure is the very essence of mathematical elegance. Set up in a harmonious, rounded shape that echoes to local beliefs and cosmology, Kachi Lodge believes in a holistic approach. Staged by Swiss interior-decorator duo Marina Cardis and Marine Luginbuehl, the interiors convey a bohemian chic atmosphere: sourcing sustainable objects. In each dome, large bay windows offer panoramic views on the Salar and its star-studded sky. Lit up at night, they are one of the coolest, and most surrealist viewing station ever seen in the arid region. Lined up in the main dome, the same elements create the perfect lounge atmosphere: huge straw hanging-lamps, large sofas covered with dozens of stripped bayeta cushions and large reclaimed wooden furniture are all one needs to enjoy the salar’s endless vistas. At each end of the dome, Gastón Ugalde’s show stopping art works add a unique flair: two gigantic cactus woven sculptures personify local deities, while a green coloured figurative painting further welcomes the altiplano spirit.