Designed by architects Dominic Ash and Jeremy Fitter, the cabin is an oval, rotating, pod-like structure.
The cabin is an ergonomic, one-of-a-kind outdoor space. It can be used as a garden office, as well as a personal studio and chess room. The cabin was designed and built in gloucestershire, England. The design originated from the designer's desire to create a stop-gap structure outside the house, which would nestle into the surrounding environment and have a contemporary exterior wall. Such a special space will be a good place to steal a life in the busy city life.
This biomimetic feature of the cabin's material contrasts sharply with its industrial design. By raising the steps, the cabin can be rotated to the desired orientation.
In addition, in order to obtain the external form of this first-class line, the design of cabin makes full use of the innovative technology of CNC machining. The technology allows wood to be processed in workshops with the same precision as computer models.
The most striking feature of the building is its use of wooden hinges and mechanical principles to form a space capsule like plug door. The cabin sits on a rotating platform half a meter above the ground.
From the perspective of mass production, each cabin can also adjust the position of Windows and internal texture to match various furniture according to customer requirements.