In Furillen, Sweden, a geometric prism home entitled 'Black Lodge,' created by Jagnefalt Milton, blends nicely into the surrounding woodland with its natural timber facade.
This archetypal abode is as simple as it gets. Its structure is built from mainly timber and it's a flexible shelter that can raise and lower its walls. Users can manipulate the panels according to their comfort; it can be lowered to shield bad weather or just for privacy.
The timber frame is extra light so users can easily handle the up and down motion. Milton has maintained the natural essence of the woodland by not incorporating modern decor or technology. It's a shelter for basic needs such as sleeping or mingling while it's raining.
Photo Credits: designboom, jagnefaltmilton.se
Jagnefalt Milton Makes Life in the Woods Minimal and Geometric
1. Geometric Prisms - Opportunity to create more flexible and minimalist housing solutions in natural settings.
2. Timber Framing - Innovation opportunities to develop lighter and more adaptable building materials for outdoor structures.
3. Privacy Panels - Chance to create more customizable and versatile privacy options that can be easily adjusted to individual needs.
1. Architecture - Opportunities to specialize in designing geometric outdoor structures for forested settings.
2. Sustainable Materials - Wider adoption of timber framing, efficient construction materials and biodegradable components to be implemented in outdoor architecture.
3. Interior Design - Innovation opportunities to create stylish and practical interior spaces within simple geometric outdoor structures.