Whether you’re looking for a tiny home, cabin, study space or meditation hut, the newest design by Hello Wood Studio fits the bill. Dubbed Wauhaus, the structure is perched on a hillside, supported by irregular legs to elevate it off the ground. The surrounding countryside offers captivating views that match the tranquil interior design of the lodging.
Intended as a space to study, work or relax, Wauhaus resembles a treehouse in tiny home form. This escape invites visitors to peer through the huge façade window where they can observe wildlife or the changing seasons. The project was designed for minimal site impact, with 20 square meters of space that can be used as a glamping accommodation or guest quarters. A ramp alongside the structure provides access to the door, making an easy transition from the notable natural incline of the hillside.
Wauhaus is a tiny house with a big influence when it comes to connecting with nature. It not only rises above the ground but also the hustle and bustle of daily life, demanding a slower presence. The minimalist design serves as a template for anyone who may want their own Wauhaus by the lake, in the park or on their property.
The cabin is covered with graphite gray larch planking while the interior is blanketed with natural birch wood on the walls, kitchen furniture, and sliding doors that separate the main space from the bathroom. Additional wood is seen in the oak flooring. The round windows add a playful dynamic while allowing in natural light and beautiful views.
Measuring just three feet wider than a standard shipping container, the idea of these tiny homes is to provide durable construction coupled with a connection to natural elements in a marriage intended to last decades.
With a small footprint, eco-friendly materials and versatile design, Hello Wood cabins can be a solution for long or short-term stays. Hello Wood says the company focus is motivated, “by a commitment to innovation, social responsibility, and quality of design.” Additionally, “Hello Wood’s buildings, cabins, and installations are primarily made of wood, and are not only functional or have artistic value, but also convey a social message.”
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