This Self Sufficient Cottage Combines Awesome Views with Modernity

There is so much to love about these Scandinavian-style contemporary cabin buildings that combine awesome views with modernity. The retreat on the island holds a couple of self-sufficient cabin buildings while surrounding you with the rugged charm and untamed beauty of the Finnish archipelago, Project O sits on the edge of a 5-acre island. The retreat nestles within the confines of the Finnish Archipelago National Park, the gorgeous twin cabin buildings offer guests everything that they could ask for in this remote and exquisite location. The cabins were designed by Aleksi Hautamaki and Milla Selkimaki of Bond Creative Agency, it is a Scandinavian style that shapes these cabins with a wooden exterior and a gabled roof clad in black.

Some of the features of the cabin buildings include dark roofs of the cabin stand in contrast to the light woodsy tone of the cabin itself and dashing black shelves with modern ergonomics that create an efficient kitchen inside the cabin. The fabulous modern cabin buildings on the Finnish Island have smart designs and lovely views. The garage at the cabin was complete with everything you could ask for. Steps lead to the deck along with a great outdoor dining area on the edge of the water.

The traditional Scandinavian design is coupled with modern functionality to create cool Finnish Island cabin buildings. The view of the landscape around the cabins adds to its overall appeal. Features of the cabins include wood, custom black finishes, and smart functionality that create a cozy cabin interior. Black accents and cabinets throughout the cabin anchor it and provide visual contrast. Contemporary cabins on Finnish island with fabulous natural views all around.

The design of the cabin creates long, narrow, and open living areas with the kitchen, dining area, and living space next to one another. The large windows coupled with floor-to-ceiling glass doors and other smart openings bring in ample natural light and ample ventilation. In the living area, the entertaining space sits at one end of the room while on the other side you have the sleeping areas of kids’. There are a series of indoor and outdoor spaces that intertwine with one another to create a smart living area where nature is always welcome indoors. In the kitchen, matter black shelves and cabinets anchor the space while wood brings warmth to the minimal and elegant cabin interior. Solar power, water-recycling systems, and clever heating and cooling ideas create an eco-sensitive and functional home that adapts itself to changing seasons and needs.

Some of the features of Scandinavian decor include simplicity, function, and connection to the natural world, this style of interior design offers understated elegance to residential and commercial spaces alike. The Scandinavian design style grew largely out of a demand for functionality, where the harsh winter climates of Northern Europe drove anyone who lived in this area to value utility over decoration. This deference to functionality was also an important ideal of the Bauhaus movement, which had been influential in the development of Scandinavian architectural design.


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