Photography: Marc Goodwin, Archmospheres

This prefab cabin is light enough to be transported to its final destination by helicopter, allowing it to pop up in secluded spots worldwide.

Studio Puisto designed the wooden hut in partnership with furniture company Made By Choice, creating modular interiors and built-in furniture that can be switched up depending on the prefab’s use.

Space of Mind hut can be adapted to different climates and landscapes via cladding and foundation options. From the outside, the structure resembles a typical A-frame cabin split down the middle – with a fully glazed end for taking in the surrounding views.

The cabin is delivered fully assembled, causing minimal damage to the immediate location and, in many cases, not requiring a building permit. It can be used as a WFH office in the back garden, back-up guest room, workout space, or rural retreat.

Space of Mind is currently taking reservations for production slots, beginning at €700.

This version of Space of Mind cabin sits atop a rocky outcrop
Photography: Marc Goodwin, Archmospheres
The offgrid cabin is designed for connecting with nature
Photography: Marc Goodwin, Archmospheres
Space of Mind's flexibility means it can be adapted to a number of landscapes and can be installed in the depths of the woods
Photography: Marc Goodwin, Archmospheres

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