Its shape was inspired by the outside chimneys found on many antique mining sIts shape was inspired by the outside chimneys found on many antique mining shacks.
The top of the chimney can be seen from the inside through the skylight. Thanks to its open layout and plenty of windows and glazing, guests can take in the surroundings from every angle, and the perfect mix of basic amenities and high-end touches ensures that their stay is both relaxing and enjoyable.
The intention was for this cabin to have as small an impact on the environment as its mining forebears. Durable concrete flooring supported by just a few concrete piles and an absence of elaborate landscaping are all in keeping with the minimalist ideal. For future releveling in the event of a landslide, the architects recommend installing an adjustable bracket at each connecting point between the piles and the bearers.