Drawing on the Eastern European country’s “rural architectural heritage” to create an intimate space for work or relaxation, Hello Wood’s Kabinka cabin taps into the tiny house trend, cramming a small kitchen, bathroom, and sleeping loft into one compact footprint.
The Budapest studio’s first-ever flat-pack design comes in four sizes, but the basic version is nearly four meters-tall from floor to ceiling, with 12 square-meters of floor space, while the largest is 20 meters-square, with a ten-square-meter patio. It can be delivered unfurnished or fully-equipped, to individual customers or campsites and festival organizers.
It can be installed on its own lot or in a backyard, where it can serve as guest quarters or studio space, a vacation rental or a private escape.
The interior is coolable and heatable for year-round enjoyment, and “thanks to its low energy consumption and environmental focus, the cabin is also greener than a house built of non-renewable materials with conventional technologies.”
Source: MAYA STANTON