Designed by the Office Lab Zero , the project Yeta (In) visuble Hut is a multi-purpose cabin that can be installed anywhere as a refuge. This provides a compact space rustic image to the outside, but inside contains basic services for a comfortable living, a kitchen and a bathroom that work based on solar panels. With an area of 3.8 x 4.4 meters and a height of 3.2 m, the cabin is supported on the ground like a pile of logs stacked. The light enters the interior through a glass window double floor-to-ceiling, which also can be hidden by lifting the cover and closing the structure.
Movable panels that hide the bathroom and kitchen, handle and clean interior minimum. The interior is also built entirely of wood, but with smooth planks. It was built in a sustainable way, the architects took over the wood for construction without any pretreatment and photovoltaic energy delivered to the structure.
The cabin also uses a system to capture rainwater and carbon-based filters to make this water potable. Raw water is stored in a separate tank.
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