This minimalistic 172 ft2/ 16m2 guest house by Danish architect Martin Kallesø was built as an addition to a summer cabin in Vordingborg, Denmark.
The construction features natural elements including blackened larch wood external cladding and a green sedum roof.
A small tool shed, where the home owner can store his garden tools and kayaks, is placed at the rear of the house.
Inside the small house the walls, ceiling and floor is covered in birchwood.
A small horizontal window is mounted so the guests can enjoy the beautiful view of the fields and the beach.
See Martin Kallesø’s highly publicized guest annexe in Præstø here