This tropical-inspired cabin is located in central Costa Rica. Due to the tropical environment the building is slightly raised and manufactured with precision so the interior remains dry and cold. The construction itself is elevated precisely because of the possible rain, which is often a surprise in this climate area.
A number of rural infrastructures are located nearby where local people keep cattle and other objects like milking parlors, warehouses and traditional farm houses. Concerning its appearance, the cabin deliberately imitates simple and less aesthetic structures to fit in with the traditional environment.
View of the starry sky is possible from the master bedroom
Walls are made of wooden boards through which light seeps, creating a beautiful appearance in the evenings. Slightly elevated, the V-shaped ceiling provides a view of the starry sky from the master bedroom.
Double faceted roof controls incoming light with overlapping slats while the canvas over the deck is intended to avoid overheating from the sun.
The cabin is not only wonderful to look at but it is also very functional and thoughtfully manufactured in terms of insulation and catching the light. A great advantage is also the ability to observe the natural cycle of the day, as the blue light can be seen in the morning and highlighted orange shades in afternoon.
This innovative and modern cabin is an excellent accommodation that also emphasizes and takes advantage of the beauty of nature.