Featured Project: Crimson Cabin In The Woods By SandellSandberg
February 22, 2013
Ah, the cabin in the woods— a horror movie favorite! Cabins get a bad rep; they’re usually depicted as dusty, creaky, soily, mossy, not to mention preternaturally susceptible to all kinds of hauntings, murder, and mutilation.
This cherry-red cabin is none of these things, and a whole lot more. Designed by Stockholm-based architects SandellSandberg, the cabin is one in a series of five special edition treehouses at Treehotel, the quirky and surreal camp-in-the-woods getaway that’s tucked away in the forests of Swedish Lapland. If the house’s bright outer shell is loud, the interiors are restorative. The walls and pine floors are finished in a soothing palette of whites, grays, and light woods.
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Photos: Peter Lundstrom