Located in the beautiful Finnish archipelago of Sipoo, lies ‘Nido’, a small cabin built by twenty-two year old Robin Falck. Robin Falck had planned on building ‘Nido’, which means ‘birds nest’ in Italian, without a permit, so it only measures about nine square meters. By only leaving the essentials and stripping away anything unnecessary to living in the woods, the young industrial design student, managed to maximize the living space. With the help of a local carpenter Falck built the whole hut with his own hands and created a small two-story hut with a small lounge/living room at the bottom and bed as well as a small storage place on the top floor in only two and a half weeks time. The result is a cabin made of local wood and material that fuses with its environment perfectly.

All images © Robin Falck | Via: treehugger