Adapt

This Small Cabin With Movable Walls Can Adapt To Any Occasion, Mood, Or Weather Condition

This Small Cabin With Movable Walls Can Adapt To Any Occasion, Mood, Or Weather Condition

Dutch designer Caspar Schols, has created ANNA Stay, a versatile small wood cabin with two different ‘shells’ as outer walls, which are supported on rails, allowing the interior to be opened to the outdoors.

A versatile small and modern wood cabin with two different ‘shells’ as outer walls, which are supported on rails, allowing the interior to be open to the outdoors.

The inner wall, consisting of a framework of wood and glass, is separated from the roofed, wooden outer wall. By shifting the shells and the glass framework, different setups are possible.

A versatile small and modern wood cabin with two different ‘shells’ as outer walls, which are supported on rails, allowing the interior to be open to the outdoors.

In regards to the design of the cabin, Caspar Schols explains, “It’s primarily about being outside, and about creating a dynamic interaction between yourself, cabin ANNA as your home, and nature.”

A versatile small and modern wood cabin with two different ‘shells’ as outer walls, which are supported on rails, allowing the interior to be open to the outdoors.

The cabin allows for the user to create an open platform, changing the wooden exterior and glass interior to adapt to any occasion, mood, or weather condition, whether it’s closed off to the elements or exposed.

A versatile small and modern wood cabin with two different ‘shells’ as outer walls, which are supported on rails, allowing the interior to be open to the outdoors.

The cabin includes a kitchen, bathroom, living room/bedroom, and a hidden bath within the floor.

A versatile small and modern wood cabin with two different ‘shells’ as outer walls, which are supported on rails, allowing the interior to be open to the outdoors.

Here’s a closer look at the structure that shows the wheels at the base of the walls.

A versatile small and modern wood cabin with two different ‘shells’ as outer walls, which are supported on rails, allowing the interior to be open to the outdoors.
Photography by Jorrit ‘t Hoen and Tonu Tunnel