Imagine living in a space of 18 square meters in the middle of the wilderness like this charmingly small cottage -- and loving it every seond of it.
Located near Moscow, Russia, this wooden small cottage is designed by Russian architect Andrey Bugaev from ArtEcoloy and is a weekend home to a family of four. Nestled on a hill away from the hustle and bustle of Moscow, "The Ship" as the cottage is called, is a winter weekend getaway that the family enjoys during snowy Russian winters.
Though tiny, the small cabin still has everything necessary to make it functional and practical to stay in. With a bathroom with a shower cabin, a comfortable kitchen, storage space and a mezzanine with a children’s playground, the cottage has everything that is needed and it’s all made from organic materials.
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