For city-dwellers trying to break away from digital pollution and life’s hustle and bustle, this natural and mobile cabin is the answer. Designed by The Way We Build – an Amsterdam architecture studio – it takes serenity, peace, and nature to a whole new level.
At 15m2, it’s of a conservative and quaint size and is nestled in the Robbenoordbos Forest, north of the Netherlands.
It’s positioned with a backdrop of forest overlooking the Het bos roept campground, which translates to The Forest is Calling.
This tiny cabin boasts stunning timber inside and out, but not in the way you might think. Poplar wooden arches form the structure and foundation of the cabin, with the goal of helping guests to reconnect with themselves and feel comfortable to meditate.
The central column in this tiny cabin forms the foundation for arches to separate each area. There’s a bed space to the rear, a composting toilet, and the main area with a wood burner, two stools, and a writing desk. Two walls consist of windows, while the remaining two are timber-clad for privacy.
The bedroom enjoys spectacular views of the campground and beyond through double-glazed windows and doors.
The internal structures are based on religious arches, allowing visitors to feel more comfortable and connected.
Visitors can enjoy basic amenities for brewing tea and coffee.
This beautiful slice of paradise is for rent on Airbnb and comes with bed linen, towels, and access to a nearby bathhouse and breakfast.