Writing studio? Workshop? Toolshed? Tiny home? This pavilion by designer Anders Hermansen has hit the market for 250,000 DKK and can be installed almost anywhere.
The rustic 9 sqm hut was built in 2008 and designed as a ‘moveable piece of art’. Now on the market via Adam Schnack, it sits atop wooden sleepers reclaimed from construction in Copenhagen’s South Harbour.
The hut has only one fixed wall: two are made from large double doors which open the structure up to its natural surrounds, while the fourth wall is the door with a large window. Interiors are raw timber, with built-in storage
Currently installed in a scenic spot in Værløse Flyvestation at the Film Station, the pavilion can be moved via a flatbed truck.
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