Brief 

London-based design firms Koto Design and Aylott + Van Tromp have joined forces to create a modular “hotel in a box” concept. Dubbed Hytte, the innovative accommodation concept transforms an outdoor space into a ready-to-go nature retreat overnight.

 

Insight

London-based design firms Koto Design and Aylott + Van Tromp have joined forces to create a modular “hotel in a box” concept. Dubbed Hytte, the accommodation concept features a series of prefabricated cabins that are designed for the eco-conscious travel industry. Each turn-key cabin features a bespoke interior design and comes delivered fully furnished, transforming an outdoor space into a ready-to-go nature retreat overnight.

[Hytte] concept is based upon a modular cabin unit which ranges upwards to multiple unit configurations, which in turn is based around the idea of a traditional village community,” says Koto Design. “This is a direct reaction to the current hospitality marketplace … Whether it will be shorter localized getaways reachable by car, bike or foot, or opting for an increasingly isolated accommodation, much of our newly acquired social distancing habits are here for the long haul.”

The 25-sq m (269-sq ft) Hytte cabin features an angular timber exterior façade and luxury interior design, drawing inspiration from minimalistic Scandinavian architecture. Each cabin can be adapted to meet individual requests, and can be scaled up or down accordingly. The tiny cabins can be installed using either a concrete foundation or auger-like earth anchors.

They are envisioned to The 25-sq m (269-sq ft) Hytte cabin features an angular timber exterior façade and luxury interior design, drawing inspiration from minimalistic Scandinavian architecture. Each cabin can be adapted to meet individual requests, and can be scaled up or down accordingly. The tiny cabins can be installed using either a concrete foundation or auger-like earth anchors. They are envisioned to blend seamlessly into a natural environment.

 

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