Minimalist Hemmelig Rom Cabin in New York

With winter coming nearer by the day, we’re getting a bit of daydream about escaping the slush, sleet, and dirt of town and heading into the woods. The Hemmelig Rom Cabin will likely be a really perfect getaway! The cabin (whose identify interprets to ‘Secret Room’ from Norwegian) is everything you'll need out of a minimalist getaway. The picket exterior is stained a stark black that stands out from the snowy woods very like the darkish bark of the encircling leafless bushes – all whereas the nice and cozy exterior invitations occupants in to get well from lengthy hikes with a heat wooden range and loads of books. What makes this guesthouse positioned on a non-public property in upstate New York that rather more distinctive, is how the precise books are saved. The architectural agency in control of the undertaking, Studio Padron, designed the partitions in a fashion that created a pure bookshelf. Logs, after aging for years on site, have been stacked in a fashion that left gaps alongside each partition and allowed for a library price of books to be saved within the cabin. The outcome? The right cabin for the bookworm trying to depart the hustle and bustle behind.




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