This small modular cabin—done in collaboration between Italian architects Massimo Gnocchi and Paolo Danesi—is a perfect escape. Dubbed 'Mountain Refuge,' the micro-home is prefabricated and built from plywood. The incredibly contemporary silhouette, which features a fully glazed wall, captures attention with its impeccable style.
The small modular cabin is intended to give occupants a "connection with nature." Since the building's design is flexible, Mountain Refuge can be tailored to personal expectations. The micro-home can either "stand-alone as one 24-meter-square space" or it can include a second module for 12 square meters of additional floor space. Both units have sloping roofs that point opposite directions for a more dramatic effect. Pine tar is used as a means of weatherproofing the small modular cabin.
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