Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live in a cabin outside the chaos of urban life, warming up to a wood-burning stove and reading your favorite books? Studio Padron can do that!
Directed by Jason Koxvold and constructed by the hands of 7 creative workers, they were wanting to create a home in the forest outside the hustle and bustle of modern life. After a long time of construction, waiting for the wood to dry on site, this little home came to be called the Hemmelig Rom (translated as “Secret Room”).
Not only does the building look sleek and unique on the outside, but the design is inspired by sustainability and transformation. Most, if not all, of their creations have a rustic and traditional vibe to them. These stunning designs celebrate the older times and give new meaning to comfort living with a modern, sleek interior. In this case, they used 2,500 pounds of red, mature oak trees on the property. In fact, there has been a resurgence of more architects favoring this rectangular design, such as Nova Tayona’s beach house (see below).
This little vacation home serves both as a library and a guest-room. Although it looks small from the outside, the interior is cozy enough and integrated well enough to be quite spacious. With 2,500 books jutting out of the walls, bookcases surround you…in a very good way!
There is ample space to fit a bed, armchair, and small desk. If you are a fan of living the minimalist life, this is the cabin for you!
If you are interested in designing your very own little getaway spot for your family or someone special, check out their website and contact them for more info!
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