Forest Superintendent Cabin in Sweden

Sigh. In North America, if they needed a cabin for a forester, they would order a double-wide. In Sweden, they hire young architects like Petra Gipp och Katarina Lundeberg of Arkitektur to design stunners like this cabin in the Grimeton Nature preserve.

According to David Carlson, "The cabin has a low-voice functionality and all materials are chosen with an environmental perspective. The architects want them to age with beauty."

It was the winner of the "debutante prize" from the magazine Arkitektur.
::Strata Arkitektur via ::David Report

Tags: Less Is More | Sweden