Don’t be fooled by the wooden exteriors of this small cabin because if you approach towards it, you’ll realize that it is a complete concrete house. Designer Nickisch Sano Walder Architekten has developed such deceiving exterior inspired by an old barn which was nestled years ago in this property. This little cabin is called Refugi Lieptgas and sits in lap of beautiful snow-covered cliff in Flims, Switzerland.
It is designed to remind its owners of the old wooden cabin which is now transformed into a contemporary tiny home for two. Exteriors of this house have impressions of wooden grains all over it like its original structure. Old logs were used by the designer to mold outer concrete material into old log-like structure.
Inside, the greyish stone finished walls are not white washed to maintain fossil look of the house. The interior will surprisingly make you feel warm and cozy when paired with the fireplace and comfy furry rugs and throws. Besides all that, the house also includes basic luxurious facilities even in this remote area.
The concrete cabin serves as a holiday home for visitors and is a perfect romantic destination for a couple to escape the world and spend some time in peace, close to nature.
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