By Poppy Russell. Interior. Published at Monday, July 30th, 2018 - 13:52:42 PM.
Called A45, the project is a housing prototype that permits customization indoors and out according to the demands of their owners, and this is a perfect home for a weekend and a holiday.
The design evolves from the conventional A-frame cabin, allowing for simple rain run-off and easy construction. To make the most of the qualities of this timeless structure, A45 creates more usable floor space by choosing a square base and twisting the roof 45 levels to raise the tiny home to a soaring 13-foot height. The resulting crystal-like shape gives A45 an ever-changing look. The very small cabin provides a total living area of 17 square meters and is assembled onsite. Among the building's sides includes seven joined glass pieces.
The inside space remains true to the Nordic concept of"hygge," which translates into finding pleasure in everyday moments. The space is largely covered with cedar, which was also used for producing furniture here -- a mattress, cabinets, a dining set and other items, all of these hand crafted and fitted to your space perfectly. There is a cozy hearth plus a tiny kitchen plus a comfy bathroom done of cedar, also. One glazed wall provides amazing views of the forest and gives much natural light to the cabin since there are hardly any extra lights inside. There are no bright colors or special touches, everything here is in harmony with nature outside and nothing distracts here from the views. Proceed for a perfect holiday with such a cabin!
Source : DigsDigs
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