Architecture · April 6, 2021 0

Walls Of Windows On This Cabin Allow For Views Of The Surrounding Forest

Photography by Tonu Tunnel

b210 architects has designed a small wood cabin in Estonia, that’s used as a hotel room for the Maidla Nature Resort.

Located on the edge of a bog, the small cabin is designed for 1-2 visitors, and has an angular design with dark brown ash wood walls combined with large windows.

Located on the edge of a bog, this small cabin is designed for 1-2 visitors, and has an angular design with dark brown ash wood walls combined with large windows.
Photography by Tonu Tunnel

The tiny treehouse-inspired building is accessed via a boardwalk that connects to the deck.

This tiny treehouse-inspired cabin is accessed via a boardwalk that connects to the deck.
Photography by Tonu Tunnel

The entire cabin is covered with terraces that enable a unique experience for enjoying the sunset, stargazing, and bird watching.

The entire cabin is covered with terraces that enables a unique experience for enjoying the sunset, stargazing and bird watching.
Photography by Priidu Saart

The deck, which has birch trees growing through it, expands the living space of the cabin.

This modern wood deck, which has birch trees growing through it, expands the living space of the cabin.
Photography by Tonu Tunnel
This modern wood deck, which has birch trees growing through it, expands the living space of the cabin.
Photography by Tonu Tunnel

At night, exterior lighting creates a cozy atmosphere.

At night, exterior lighting creates a cozy atmosphere for this cabin's deck.
Photography by Tonu Tunnel

A black-framed glass door provides a glimpse of the interior and views beyond.

A black-framed glass door provides a glimpse of the interior and views beyond.
Photography by Tonu Tunnel

Inside the cabin is a bedroom with a small sitting area at the end of the bed, which faces the fireplace and the view.

A modern cabin includes a triangular bedroom with a small sitting area at the end of the bed, which faces the fireplace and the view.
Photography by Tonu Tunnel

Behind the sleeping area is a small bathroom that includes floor-to-ceiling mirrors and an incineration toilet.

A small bathroom that includes floor-to-ceiling mirrors and an incineration toilet.
Photography by Tonu Tunnel

Here’s a look at the layout of the cabin, showing how the bathroom is tucked around the corner from the bed.

The floor plan of a small diamond shaped cabin.
Architect: b210 architects – Mari Hunt, co-authors Aet Ader, Karin Tõugu, Kadri Klementi | Engineering: Peter Stumbur, Veiko Koppe (Production House) | Builder: Otto Ehitab