Kelley S. Willhite Architecture December 22nd 2018, 15:36:13
To be able to have a getaway space away from the hectic life in the city would be great for our busy modern life style. Especially, if you have a getaway place like this one to use every once in a while. It is the Log Cabin Retreat. The cabin is very small, only 215 square feet wide. It is built in 2003 by Todd saunders collaborated with Tommie Wilhelmsen. The cabin is located in Hardanger Fjord, Norway. And it is located by the lake for the perfection of location selection.
The cabin might be very small. It is only enough to place a small comfortable convertible bed and probably a small table. It is definitely is a getaway space, not a permanent living space. However, the small room is actually enough to give you satisfaction of rest and relaxing, away from the city crowd. The shape of the cabin is very unique, if i must say, it looks similar with a leaf. The materials of this cabin is dominated by the wooden materials, which is suitable with the surrounding forest.
To give you more and more satisfactory of relaxing in this cabin, it have a full from floor to ceiling type of glass window. Therefore, you will have a direct view of the lake outside even from inside of the room. Furthermore, the cabin is also completed with a long relaxing wooden deck, which is highly suitable for you to enjoy the fresh air while sitting and relaxing on a bench or having a barbeque time with your family and friends.
This getaway cabin concept of the Log Cabin Retreat is definitely is a brilliant ideas. You can definitely build one too, for your own getaway space. You can see the pictures for your ideas and inspiration. This cabin pictures is definitely is a perfect example for you to start designing your own getaway cabin. Place it in the forest, by the lake, by the sea, or in the mountains, make sure that the cabin will be suitable for you and will be a nice hiding spot for you from the busy daily life.
Photos: Bent René Synnevåg