Cabin Fever, a new book by gestalten just comes right in time.
As we are longing to be outside, to smell the rainy ground, the forest wood, and the crisp air of fauna. Before icy storms and snow will hit nature soon, we are looking for a place comfortable situated close to nature.
What is it about, our longing to live in solitude, surrounded by natural beauty?
Cabins are an ideal place to rewind and reload your batteries and the closest form of living protected in nature.
We might still have in mind a classic log cabin, with a crackling fire, exposed structural
wooden beams, and a moody colour palette.
The cabins that are shown in this book, Cabin Fever make all the difference.
A mix of contemporary design trends in combination with much-loved traditional aesthetic, updating it with restrained interiors and bright, open spaces.
Situated in beautiful landscapes, overlooking breath-taking views on hills, lakes and mountain peaks, architects are contending to create high-impact spaces on a small scale.
Maybe that is the secret of this well-being architecture.
Small space, but bigger views and nowadays technique to create harmonious warmth and light which almost feels like living perfectly outside.