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Escaping to isolated bliss with Project Ö, the self-sustainable cabin, Finland

Escaping to isolated bliss with Project Ö, the self-sustainable cabin, Finland

6 November 2019

Located on the very edge of Finland’s Archipelago National Park, planted on a completely untouched island, sits Project Ö, the self-sustainable cabins created by Aleksi Hautamaki and Milla Selkimaki.

Finnish designers Hautamaki and Selkimaki purchased a five-acre island with a clear vision, to create a self-sufficient way of life while paying tribute to the traditional Finnish archipelago aesthetics in the process.

Credit: Archmospheres

Named Project O in a nod of the head to the Swedish word for island, the two-cabin compound can sleep 10 people within the rather modest two buildings which take up just 70m² in total. To coincide with their buildings, the designers made the summer cabin complete with a sauna and workshop.

Credit: Archmospheres

“The vision was to have all things necessary with as little space as possible,” the designers told Dezeen. “All individual spaces have been designed to be as compact as they can be without compromising the functionality and comfort.”


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