When we think of cabins, we don’t think of modern forms. We think of those classic a-frame structures that you often find tucked on a rural road somewhere located in dense woods. Today we get a look at something new and unique, a cabin like you’ve never encountered before, the 019 Cabin. This unique design is situated on a piece of land in Lithuania, taking advantage of a small lake island location.
The retreat is a modular design that was crafted from individual components that were constructed off-site. The transportable cabin was brought to the property and placed on a foundation of metal lets. The structure features a floating roof that is designed to protect the building from the sun while also collecting rainwater.
While it’s a compact design, the 250-square-foot interior boasts two double bedrooms, a living area, kitchen, and bathroom. The space is lined in natural plywood for a warm and inviting aesthetic throughout. The interior is outfitted with modular furniture, which allows the rooms to be multi-functional. A folding glass door expands to a terrace overlooking the neighboring lake to stay connected to the surrounding landscape.
This structure is simple and modern, beautiful, and functional. Take a closer look at the 019 Cabin in the images below and find out more about the dwelling from ŠA atelier. In the meantime, keep it locked with The Culture Curators for more outstanding architecture coming very soon.
Photos via Vaidotas Darulis / ŠA atelier