With the help of a single train system, this cabin is closed completely.
The entire cabin is covered with stone
The cottage is fully open front and buried bedrooms
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A cottage, as far as the word is concerned, will have a sobering and humble approach to nature and the surroundings. Some have chosen to solve this challenge by drawing the cabin small, others choosing a solution where the cabin with some simple grips is almost invisible.
The American architects Olson and Kundig have designed a cabin, False Bay Writer’s Cabin, which can be folded together and stand as a big wooden box.
The cabin would function as a writing room and guesthouse. The requirement specification for the architects from the builder was to construct a cabin that gave them full contact with the surroundings, the weather and the nature, and in addition gave a good view.
They also wanted a construction that would be easy to secure and protect when not in use.
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The cabin is 20 meters long and 4 meters wide
The cottage is small. It has a total surface area of over 45 m2, and consists only of one room with a small kitchen and a bathroom.
The interior of the cabin is controlled, only with a black steel plate in the floor of the cabin’s center as a fracture. The entire construction is in glass, surrounded by wooden wooden panels that have a double function.
When the cabin is in use, the plates act as external patio floors.
But when it’s left, the plates rise and close the cabin completely.
As the cabin is designed for close contact with the surroundings, one glass wall can be pushed aside in the form of two large glass doors.
In addition, the inside oven can be rotated 180 degrees so that it turns out.
And on the back of the cabin there is a stand for storage of the owners’ canoes.
This cabin is world class architecture
Architectural Cottage Hvaler
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