These Off-Grid Cabins Can Accommodate Up to 35 Hikers

 - Sep 23, 2016
References: kokoarch & newatlas
The Skapet Mountain Lodges project, developed by Koko architects, consists of a number of cabins that are designed to offer reliable shelter and accommodation to up to 35 hikers at a time while requiring little maintenance even in the midst of harsh climates.

What's great about the Skapet Mountain Lodges construction is the fact that it was carried out using prefabricated parts, something that allowed for quick assembly while still offering durability. The lodges use wood-burning stoves to offer heat, while water is sourced from a lake. A solar panel system takes care of energy needs for lighting purposes.

The Skapet Mountain Lodges project is well and truly a great example of environmentally friendly construction that caters to people who like to get out and about in nature.