This contemporary Dutch cabin was designed by studio Denieuwegeneratie and is situated in a nature reserve, on a historic agricultural plot. The architecture answer for this challenge was to create a man-made hill and camouflage the residence, whereas minimizing disturbance on the setting. Right here is extra on the construction of the cabin from the architects: “The spatial construction of the home is an oblong 12 x 19 meter open area. Metal cross all the 12 meter width permitting nice flexibility to the inside association. Contained in the corridor-like area, the rooms are stacked in a disorderly method and constructed out of sunshine picket buildings, facilitating straightforward implementation of attainable future modifications. The inside can evolve together with its inhabitants, a younger household, rooms being added or eliminated by means of time”. Secluded, power-environment friendly and minimalist- discover the combination fascinating on this specific case?