Hello Wood’s Newest Cabins Make For a Luxuriously Mysterious Stay
Hello Wood are pioneers in off-grid living, specializing in temporary custom-built installations designed to embrace minimalistic living in a sustainable and stylish way.
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The company’s latest activation is a cabin resort, dubbed the Rocks Cabins, offering guests a memorable stay in a breath-taking setting. Partnering up with TreeHouses, creator of widely popular cabins in Noszvaj, they have built six cabins in the heart of Csóromfölde, Hungary, bringing a new lease of life to the area after the summer festivities have come to a close.
“Over the years, we have grown very fond of the area where we had held our camps,” András Huszár, co-founder and CEO of Hello Wood, said in a press release. “It was clear, though, that once the summer festivals were over, Csóromfölde and the surrounding villages were abandoned for most of the year. From now on, we are going to be able to provide work for locals not only at the construction site but, through the operative tasks, throughout the whole year.”
The Rocks provide a comfortable and cozy space, big enough for two. There’s a living room, bedroom area, fully-functioning kitchen appliances, a built-in wardrobe, and a dining table. Creating a spa-like experience for a relaxing and rejuvenating stay, the bathroom has a double shower, while a large hot tub is built into the spacious, covered terrace. To ensure an intimate and carefree stay, the cabins are positioned facing away from each other, with peaceful views of the surrounding fields and rolling hills.
With sustainability at the core of its values, Hello Wood have designed the Rocks with energy consumption in mind. The structure and the cladding make them modern houses that can be heated and cooled with minimal energy consumption. The living space is elevated from the ground; below this space you can find the technical systems, and above the roof has been constructed to balance interior temperatures.