This magical tiny hut on the lake in Belgium, was built by architecture studio De Rosee Sa. Architects wanted the house to look like an old cabin that has been standing here for decades, so they used wooden structure and painted the house black. Main material, wood – was sourced from the surrounding forest. Inside, architects used OSB to make a robust surface and to create an atmosphere that is neither vernacular nor domestic. In order to leave the space freely for different activities, there are no fixed furnishings in the living area except the wood burning stove for heating. There are total 3 separate spaces in the house – living area, bathroom and a small entryway. All of them are opened to the terrace from which the spectacular views can be seen.
Project by architecture studio De Rosee Sa
Photography by Will Scott