Set on a series of Danish islands that form an archipelago off the coast of the Scandinavian country, these tiny cabins are meant to provide shelter for hikers and campers who are drawn to the region's lush landscape. Designed by Aarhus, Denmark-based LUMO Architects, the 19 shelters nestle on a series of islands named Skarø, Drejø, Birkholm and Aerø, and have a quirky, asymmetrical form that lends them a whimsical quality. Clad in wooden shingles and perforated by hole-punch-reminiscent windows, the cabins—which come in 5 different sizes—allow visitors to gaze up at the stars. Check 'em out!
∙ LUMO architects scatters asymmetric nature shelters along the danish archipelago [Designboom]
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