Apprentice

Shelter For The Poet Naturalist

By: Design Crack - Published: May 21, 2007 • References: moormann.de and designcrack
There is no doubt that if Henry David Thoreau had lived in the early 21st century that he would have wanted to have one of these incredibly efficient cabins in his wilderness home. The small structure designed and built by Nils Holger Moorman contains everything you could want to enjoy the outdoors but still retains the civility of the designed world. Some of the items that are contained in the petit package include a picnic room, an awning, a fire pit, an upstairs sleeping chamber, a breakfast porch, and several compartments for storing your tools and accessories. It's structural poetry and urge you to take a look at the awesome pictures on Mr. Moorman's site.