The Chameleon Cabin in Gothenburg, Sweden

The Chameleon Cabin in Gothenburg, Sweden

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Andie Powers
May 8, 2014
(Image credit: Rasmus Norlander)

Adventure Journal's Weekend Cabin is one of my favorite pictorial columns, and I always love seeing the new designs for cabin life all over the world. However, this new addition is a little different.

(Image credit: Rasmus Norlander)

Rather than a living dwelling, this Weekend Cabin is an art piece. Created by White Arkitekter and branding agency Happy F + B, the "Chameleon Cabin" is made of different types of thick, corrugated paper called MiniWell.

They designed the cabin to look completely different from several different angles by alternating the panels just slightly, with a bright yellow pop for the interiors. Obviously not for living in, the piece is the size of a small shed and weighs about 220 pounds.

For a closer look at this artistic marvel, click over to Weekend Cabin on Adventure Journal!

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