One of a series of research projects, Cabin on the Border is an attempt to seek a way to implement a design project in a rural environment that is respectful in its execution and engenders a discussion about the relationship between humanity and nature in the age of the Anthropocene. Located in a village near the border of Turkey and Greece, the project is a tiny, transportable, prefabricated, and off-grid living unit for four to six people. It is made of transportable timber construction clad in oak plywood, with stone wool and vapour barrier used for insulation. The facade can be manually transformed according to the weather conditions.
Source: Aga Khan Trust for Culture