The cabin was a long time in the making – after being cut into large rectangular log sections, the wood was left to dry for several years on site.
Piled on top of one another horizontally, these logs form the cabin’s walls. Gaps between them create bookshelves, while larger openings act as windows.
“A logic of stacking was developed that created a varied lining of shelving on all faces of the room,” said the architect.
The one-room volume is just large enough to accommodate a bed, an armchair, and a small desk. A wood-burning stove heats the space, allowing it to be used year-round.