Hello Wood has created a series of forest cabins on a former farm in Hungary with traditional materials amid a mystic setting.
The project was built in Csóromfölde, a former farmstead in Hungary surrounded by acacia trees. The aim was to build a cabin resort that blends in perfectly with the mystical atmosphere of the landscape, with the organic shapes of the cabins creating a link between the natural and the built environment.
Six unique cabins were built on the land offering high level comfort for couples, with the apartments having their own kitchen, dining area, and shower directly connected to the infrared sauna. Each cabin has a large terrace facing the panorama, equipped with a jacuzzi for two people. They are built from wood to recall traditional farm structures like outbuildings, fences and gable walls, and are arranged to evoke the mood of runestones to blend perfectly with the landscape
Architect: Hello Wood
Project: The Rock Cabins
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