The Urban Cabin takes the place of a porch of a house in Albino--this is one of the small towns in the Italian province of Bergamo. Architect Francesca Perani worked on the project, alongside interior designer Ilenia Perlotti. The two equipped the new space to serve as " a separate, self-contained residence that can be used for a number of purposes."
While the original purpose of the Urban Cabin was to deliver an extra workspace, a place for visiting guests to stay or something else, the COVID-19 pandemic has flipped its dynamic into a self-isolation space.
The stylish quarantine-friendly micro-apartment is equipped with plenty of storage space and is made to be architecturally playful with an open-plan and spacious layout, and interesting materials such as perforated metal.
Image Credit: Francesca Perani