The Cooking Shelter is Great for Chilly Gatherings

By: Christina Butty - Jul 10, 2009   Updated: Mar 31 2011
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This outdoor cooking shelter was built by Urmas Muru and Peeter Pere.

Located in Estonia at the Korvamäe farm, this cooking shelter has a timber frame, is covered in sheet material and is punctured by circular holes in both facades.

Apparently, this type of dwelling is popular to throw parties in since Estonia is not known for being especially warm.

Implications - Today's social consumer is open to the possibility of making big purchases simply for the sake of creating a party-friendly ambiance. Thus, things like patio furniture, home entertainment systems and stereos are taken a step further with outdoor cooking shelters, home theaters and in-home dance floors. Ultimately, today's stressed-out consumer just wants to have a good time.