Sophisticated interior designer shows hut
Whether is a great, compact House in the woods or a confidential retreat this design been influenced by the Japanese style. It is designed by the shipbuilder Brian Schulz and serves as a real inspiration for lovers of small cottage. Perhaps you would not ever inhabit this amazing cabin, but sure she could offer relaxation and privacy. The following is the best at this Japanese Waldhaus – Brian Schulz has built it with locally found and salvaged building materials with a budget of $11,000 .
The story behind this ravishing hut is even more amazing than the building structure itself. It all started when Brian found a shiny brass sink in your local recycling centre a few years ago. Because she not adapted to his interior design, he decided to build a new home for this sparkling sink.
Japanese forest House from recycled materials
The fabulous structure was built within a year and looks just great. It shows a subtle, Oriental style. The forest House is on a concrete block, which is 200 square meters long, while they found the Windows and doors to the local landfill.
The screen, the beautiful lanterns, the bamboo and the unique interior design give the Interior a distinctive Japanese look.The factual kitchen, cozy living room, the remarkable bathroom and even the stairs turn the whole House into a real, architectural work of art. Delightful furniture made of cedar and the outdoor bathroom complete this inventive space.
Small kitchen – kitchen countertop material and the well known brass sink
Smooth surfaces – sustainable wood
The antique brass sink- in detail
Floating staircase made of cedar wood
Clever, artful accents
Feng Shui bedroom offers intimate atmosphere
Functional furnace out of old time
Table legs from tree stumps
Lanterns illuminate the Japanese bedroom
Boat with paddles