Etno Hut is a Tiny Cabin on the Edge of a Forest in Lithuania by Utopium

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This tiny cabin can be found on the edge of a woodland in Lithuania. Titled Etno Hut, the property serves as a tiny retreat for a multitude of uses, from a relaxing retreat to a yoga camp.

 

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It’s been designed by the Lithuania architecture firm Utopium, and is based in Pakalniškės. The project has been described as a personal endeavor into architecture.

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Utopium sought to create a tiny abode, making it as small as possible without compromising its ability to meet the needs of two occupants (and possibly a dog). The unit occupies a space measuring just 150.69-square-feet (14-square-meters).

Etno Hut was completed in 2018. It’s sited between two major cities and is close enough to reach in half a days travel, which makes it far enough to forget about the day-to-day of city life.

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The property backs onto a dense forest, and overlooks countryside to the front. The picturesque views are are framed by a series of windows, the largest being the patio doors.

The most important achievement – there is no transformable furniture, no ladder stairs, nothing that makes tiny houses complicated and uncomfortable to use.

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From the outside, the size of shape of the retreat do make it resemble a hut. It’s black exterior gives way to a light bright interior, which has been finished in a kind of country-chic style.

White painted wood paneling covers the walls, while a bed makes up the living and sleeping area. A galley kitchen flanks one wall and provides more than adequate facilities for anyone staying a few days.

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A bathroom is found to the front of the sleeping area. There’s just enough space for two chairs, which grace a wood-burning stove. No tiny abode would be complete without an outdoor space; Etno Hut has a relatively large balcony to the front that overlooks the landscape.

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Photos © Leonas Garbacauskas

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