What started as a simple observation pavilion in the archipelago of Stockholm eventually developed into this small cabin retreat. During construction, architecture firm GRAD Arkitekter realized the rocky cliff location failed to provide respite from the harsh sun and unrelenting wind of the mountainside. Small and sparse, the cabin serves to provide a sheltered observation point, incorporating a protruding glass bay at one corner. Accommodations are meager, with only an L-shaped built in bench, shelving, kitchenette, and a fireplace for heat. The cabin has managed to maintain the original intent and character of the pavilion, but manages the task in a much more hospitable manner.
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Source: Plus Mood