In case you couldn’t tell, we have a soft spot for stunning architecture and contemporary design. Today we get all ook at a unique retreat that offers a flawless dose of both. The Niliaitta Cabin is located in a dense forest near Salamajärvi National Park on the Kivijärvi Resort. The cabin was designed as a response to the sensitive landscape. Inspired by the traditional Lapland buildings used by indigenous Samí people, the cabin offers a unique retreat and shelter.
The design is suspended by a single pillar, which reduces the disruption to the terrain. The dwelling was also positioned to minimize tree removal. The design features a black timber facade that blends into the surrounding scenery. The interior is adorned with natural wood for a warm and cozy aesthetic throughout.
Guests will feel connected to the outdoors thanks to a full window wall while surrounded by modern furnishings. The rugged forest scenery is on full display, adding to the cabin’s charm in the process.
Take a closer look at this the Niliaitta Cabin in the images and head over to Studio Puisto to find out more. In the meantime, keep it locked with The Culture Curators for more modern architecture and design coming soon.
Photos via Marc Goodwin, Archmospheres / Studio Puisto