Moxon Architects designed a wooden cabin which is located in the mountains of Scotland’s Cairngorms National Park. The project is called ‘Culardoch Shieling’ which means a hut in Scottish Gaelic. As seen from the facade, the design was very influenced by the modernism of the 20th century. The rectangular windows reflect Le Corbusier’s famous Chapelle Notre Dame built in 1954. The exterior of the cabin reflects the simplistic architecture of local houses and is made of unprocessed larch wood. Beautiful views of the Scottish mountains open through the rectangular windows. A perfect place for a getaway!