If you’ve enjoyed tiny house that serves as quiet home office we covered last week you might also enjoy this Log House because it serves the same purpose. It is located in Hilversum, The Netherlands, belongs to music-entertainer Hans Liberg and designed by Piet Hein Eek.
That cozy place isn’t ordinary at all. Log facade covers a plastic and steel frame. Thanks to that the room inside isn’t dark and moody but instead it’s bright and contemporary so it serves wheel as small recording studio.
The house has wheels what makes it transportable. Don’t you want such cool thing in your garden to have awesome and not boring place to work in?
There are not many building styles more traditional than the log cabin, so it is always refreshing to see a new idea take advantage of the humble tree trunk. It’s a bonus when the design boasts efficient prefab construction and contemporary finishes.
Commissioned by the entertainer Hans Liberg and designed by Piet Hein Eek, this music studio has a hide-and-seek exterior and bright work-all-day interior.
Set on wheels, the studio shares its transportable potential with a certain Mobile Tree House, but aesthetically it is very much aligned with OLGGA’s Portable Log Cabin. The rough-hewn exterior artfully creates the sense that the structure is a simple stack of log rounds.
The window coverings even have a painstakingly placed log façade to complete the illusion. The structural element is a salvaged steel frame and the walls are painted plywood.
The Log Studio kindles a creative spark and reminds us how beautiful small-space living can be.