This small summer house in the Pyrenees in Spain is designed as mountain shelter: a home of just a few meters, low technology and built with a limited palette of materials. The architects, Mogas Arquitectes), had to work according to two set rules: the house had to be made of wood and within a strict budget. But they also had to work with the limitations of the plot which has a narrow, long and trapezoidal shape, a significant slope and a leafy vegetation. The end result is a minimalistic, yet cozy, cabin.
Credits & source: images by J. Hevia | via Mogas Arquitectes.