Located in the Poltava region in Ukraine, these modern guest houses were designed in 2015 by YOD design-lab. The space of the house is 32 m² and weights only 2200 kg. The realization of the project was challenging: designers managed to complete it within only two months. Instead of the usual solid base the house stands on the so-called screw base. This technology allows to set quickly the structure in any landscape without harming nature, thus the pines were not damaged and their root system also.
The interior floors are tiled and equipped with water heating; the walls are covered with plywood from veneered oak, and ceilings and terrace – with larch plates. From the outside the building is covered with heat-treated plates made of solid alder. The house is equipped with water heating and channel air-conditioning. All lighting (diode lamps and background diode highlighters) are energy saving.
The interior is realized in minimalist aesthetics. For finishing designers used natural materials and colors. One of the walls in the house is fully glazed. In the daytime guests can enjoy nature without leaving the room, and for evening privacy the rooms have the dense curtains.
Images from HERE by Andrey Avdeenko | Information based by designboom.com and Yod Design Lab Behance profile page.