In this article we will talk about cottages in nature. By definition it is obvious that these are small dwellings in wild or remote areas, which makes them incredibly charming and attractive for a city dweller tired of fuss. And, although such houses are not for everyone, we are sure that you will be able to find at least some inspiration in these amazing projects.
Tomek Michalski Cabin
The house in the forest was a project of Tomek Michalski, who designed it as an isolated capsule, a compact shelter where one can hide from the virtual world and be reunited with nature. Both the house and its interior have been designed to have minimal impact on the environment and terrain.
Here on the face there is a strong contrast between the cold dark forest outside and the warm interior inside, from where the forest reveals its beauty for everyone.
The house has a minimum of furniture and a few books. The interior is decorated mainly with natural materials.
There is a fairly modern, but small kitchen, finished with wood.
Shed of 1878
Savioz Fabrizzi Architectes redesigned the 1878 barn located in a secluded area at an altitude of 1760 meters above sea level in Anzere, Switzerland.
All these years the building retained its character, despite the modifications and changes that were intended to increase its functionality and comfort.
From the windows of the house you have an amazing view of the Alps. Rough stone facades protect the house from the harsh climate.
The interior is decorated with wood.
The house has a large enough kitchen, the room is heated by a boiler with solid fuel.
Sitting on the couch, you can watch the fire that blazes behind the glass of the boiler.
In Petropolis in Brazil there is a tiny house with an area of 31 square meters.
The interior decoration of the house is somewhat like a cave.
This room is built by the Architectare team. There is a bedroom, a bathroom and a small storage room.
At the base of this house is a steel structure, covered with imported stones.
Although the room is small, its interior is spacious and fresh due to its simple design and panoramic windows from floor to ceiling.
In the wild
Seattle Olson Kundig Architects have developed a project of a tiny village house with walls lined with cedar panels.
The shower is located in the open air.
Inside the house there is only one room.
The floor and ceiling are decorated with wooden panels.
In the room there is a wood stove, a small kitchen and an open toilet.
Despite the transparency of the walls, you can not worry about the violation of privacy, a small house on all sides is surrounded by tall trees and vegetation.
Wheelhaus is a company from Wyoming, which offers all kinds of house types on wheels.
This is a wonderful and affordable solution.
Such a house can be easily transported by car.
Large windows allow a lot of natural light, while maintaining confidentiality.
And open terraces allow you to enjoy fresh air.
The main idea of this project is comfort and durability.
Cabinet furniture is simple, but elegant.
Since the room is small, the functionality of the furniture is given quite a lot of attention.
In the room there is a fireplace, which is very harmonious with the interior.
Designers tried to use as much natural materials as possible, for example, as wooden bedside tables put wooden stumps with candles, which look very stylish and harmonious.
Bunkie is a joint project of BLDG and 608 design companies.
This house was created especially for holidays in nature.
Everything in it meets the needs of the client, who would like to become closer to nature and peacefully co-exist with the environment.
Huge glass windows allow sunlight to freely enter the room.
The windows offer a magnificent view of the lake.
On the island of Trosso in Sweden, the Parisian studio Septembre designed a beautiful wooden house.
It is located on a glade just 50 meters from the North Sea, which is perfectly visible from the windows.
The house has a bedroom, a sauna and many charming features.
The design of the room wins its simplicity at a glance.
The walls, the floor and the ceiling are lined with wood.
Due to the light shades of the walls and large windows, the room seems pierced with light and warmth.
The layout of this tiny building is very simple. Customers wanted their house to have minimal impact on the environment, including, so that they do not have to cut down trees for its erection.
Sauna is a pleasant addition to a comfortable stay in nature.
In wild nature
Maxon Architects have developed a number of houses designed to be located in remote and unusual locations throughout the UK.
These dwellings are created in order to allow tenants to be closer to nature, and can easily move.
In the interior design, they used only light colors and natural materials.
Simple furniture is functional and convenient to use.
Unusually arranged windows let in natural light, without disturbing privacy.
This holiday home of 21 square meters is located in the Dutch countryside with beautiful and peaceful views.
The modular building has a retractable side wall and several parallel glass walls.
You can live in this house all year round, as there is an oven in it.
In a small square, the kitchen, dining room and sitting area are beautifully located.
This modular design inspired a series of other similar buildings that allow customers to choose their own beautiful holiday home.
Vipp Shelter is a two-story holiday house. It features an expressive stylish design and a small area - only 55 square meters.
At the heart of its design is a simple lattice structure that raises the house above the surface of the earth.
All interior decoration, furniture and decoration items are produced by the same firm.
The luxurious design is made in black.
Designers describe it as a hybrid structure, which is not just a house, but it's not a mobile home, but something completely new and unusual.