This Swedish cabin reflects back views of blue skies like the surface of water, while providing a perfect shelter to observe the wildlife of the nature reserve surrounding it.
We can witness the merging of buildings with nature in more and more projects lately: taking this trend to another level, the latest generation of cabins blends in completely with their surroundings as they are often clad in mirrored surfaces. The architects of Sandellsandberg architecture firm working on SynVillan villa in Eriksberg, Sweden, did the very same thing when they wrapped the façade in polished steel panels.
The house sitting on stilts four meters above the ground can accommodate four guests comfortably. In addition to the pristine landscape, guests can also enjoy the coziest version of Swedish interior design, thanks to the wooden finishes and pastel tones applied in the space. The house is powered by solar panels.
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Photos: Åke E:son Lindman
Source: The Spaces