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Cabin in a Forest with Minimal Impact on the Environment

Wood Retreat - architectural project realized by Polish designer Tomek Michalski

Cabin in a forest is the first architectural project realized by Polish designer Tomek Michalski. With a polygonal shape, the project ensure minimal impact on the environment and offers comfort for 2-3 people, far from urban bustle.

Cabin in a forest by Polish designer Tomek Michalski

The architect’s description:
“Cabin in a forest” is my first architectural concept. The vision of the place to clear one’s head targeted at the individuals who need rest, seclusion from other people, the world and daily life. A cold, misty forest in the context of a warm space of seclusion is supposed to help and shape character, as well as invoke emotions and willingness to ponder. Both the building itself and the interiors will be designed to affect the flora and fauna as little as possible.

Taking into consideration the context of pure nature and close contact with fauna and flora this space appears to be a warm place that helps insecure human being to shape his character as well as engage his emotions.
Cabin in a forest is architectural project realized by Polish designer Tomek Michalski

About Tomek Michalski
Always been a freelancer who is trying to sort out his 3d world. In 2015, I finished studying Industrial Design at Institute of Industrial Design in Koszalin. The university has helped me gain sensitivity and get to know myself better through various faculties I have experienced.

Retreat in a forest with minimal impact on the environment by Polish designer Tomek Michalski

Wood Cabin with minimal impact on the environment

Wood retreat in a forest with minimal impact on the environment

Wood Cabin Cabin - architectural project realized by Polish designer Tomek Michalski

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