The Neru Elements Sleep cabin is designed for hotels and estates and is available to order from £60,000, with a 12-week fabrication and delivery timeline. Like a typical hotel room, it can accommodate two people with a bathroom, storage and even a kitchenette.
Unlike most hotel rooms, however, it’s portable and handcrafted, with a glazed end that captures natural views.
Koto’s minimalist, Japandi aesthetic is, of course, on point: the pitched structure is clad in charred British larch, with a black corrugated roof and insulated timber frame. Blonde interiors have discreet luxe finishes – stone charcoal counters, underfloor heating, plush headboard, seating and hidden storage for suitcases. All the amenities necessary for an overnight, calming ‘slow’ stay.
The Elements Sleep Cabin is for sale Europe-wide, with other regions to follow. Earlier this spring, the studio also launched its wood-fired hot tub (part of a new spa offering) that retails from £6,250 and ships globally.