Escaping to the great outdoors can mean so many things. One of them being a wonderful cabin retreat that is tiny enough to be hidden, and large enough to accommodate a stay for as long as need be. This beautiful little space by MC2 Architecture is a wonderful addition to the woods of Chile and sits at just about 500 square feet with a super inventive interior.
There’s a carefully constructed bridge of sorts leading up to the home, giving a small scale sense of grandeur as well as a glazed facade that gives the dwellers an unobstructed view of the woodsy landscape. The black exterior is slightly a distraction for what’s to come of the interior. Light woods plaster the floor and walls, with a tiny wood burning stove sitting just adjacent to the floor to ceiling window for a warm and sunken view of the wildlife just beyond the walls.