Tiny metal modern box: Summer Cabin 4:12

Architecture & Interiors

The folks behind Imanna Arkitekter Architecture, who designed the Summer Cabin 4:12 project in Ingarö, Sweden, must really understand that while we love walking around and enjoying nature, we’re both terrified of bears and prefer a soft place to lay our heads down at night.

What appears to be a metal box set down in some rough terrain surrounded by woods, this structure seems to feature several different sections, mostly containing sleeping, sitting and lounging areas.

We’ll be honest, the structure’s a little bit more complex than just how we’ve described it, and we can’t quite tell if this place contains a bathroom or a kitchen. But who needs that when you’re in nature, amIright? Also: bear proof. They don’t specify that it’s bear proof, but we’re surmising.

Images: Architizer
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1 Comment

  1. Jean Sargent

    Apr 27, 2012 at 12:07 pm

    This look very inviting to me. In Oregon, we live with possible rain at any time of the year. I love camping but not being cold as well as wet. This is just the right size for two and we wouldn’t end up damp and depressed by the end of the the week.

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