Hello Wood Studio Builds Viewing Cabin in Zala County Hills, Hungary

Hello Wood Studio has just debuted its newest minimal cabin — the Wauhaus.

Lifted off the ground with a set of wooden legs, the cabin was made to give owners a new perspective and break from the city life as they are elevated within nature and the surrounding forest. This modern, grown-up canopy-level “treehouse” is surrounded by the idyllic landscape on top of the Zala County hills in Hungary.

The cabin itself is covered with graphite grey larch planking and sees a narrow bridge that leads to the entrance on the side of the house. The entire interior draws the owner to the huge facade window that overlooks the land as a picturesque fourth wall. The inside features natural birch plywood and oak flooring. At roughly 20 sq.m, this compact getaway can last for decades and is made for all seasons.

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