Conceptualized by Netherlands–based firm Depot Rotterdam, this sleek cabin has been created as part of a small-scale vacation retreat to celebrate the breathtaking setting of the country's Terschelling Island. Thanks to its simple, practical design, the modern cabin—named De Grote Beer—allows guests to experience the great outdoors without sacrificing style.
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The minimal, box-like structure is clad in black washed wood. Natural decking surrounds the masses, connecting them as a whole unit, complete with exterior living spaces. Fully equipped with all the practical amenities of a modern camping retreat, the two-bedroom, one-bath dwelling provides views of the surrounding fields from every room.
Bright, spacious interiors contrast with the darkly clad exterior, while stylish, modern furnishings promise a uniquely curated stay. A subtle, natural material palette continuously wraps the interior and re-emphasizes the connection to the surrounding land.
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More so, hidden surprises add bonus delight to the charming living spaces. Fold-able furniture offers an additional sleeping space for extra guests and an elevated resting nook draws the night sky inward. Colorful accents infuse playfulness to the charming, minimalist retreat.
De Grote Beer is the perfect setting to switch from the hustle and bustle of everyday life while being surrounded by nature and Scandinavian-inspired design. The cabin is currently listed via Boutique Homes, with prices starting at €87 per night.
Architect of Record: Depot Rotterdam