Architecture practice Nozomi Nakabayashi designed a tiny stilted hut stands among oak trees in Dorset, England. The treehouse-like structure consists of locally-sourced wood such as timber cladding on the outside and birch plywood floor and walls on the inside. Additionally, the design features four telegraph poles as the base.
The magical hut serves as a retreat for the client, who is a writer. The eight-square-metre cabin is split into two levels and is kitted out with a wood-burning stove, writing desk and a bed hidden beneath the floorboards. The windows and the balcony offer amazing views views of the nearby lake and passing wildlife, perfect for writing inspiration.
Photos © Henrietta Williams