Designer-inventor Jaanus Orgusaar’s modular, hexagonal housing concept creates space in geometric patterns in the Virumaa region of Estonia.
The cabin utilizes a shape found in nature to create 270-square-foot modules that give the impression of a rounded interior due to a lack of acute angles.
Built a few years ago in a clearing near a pine and fir forest in the Virumaa region of Estonia, it serves as a summer home for his family. Made from sustainable materials by the Woodland Homes construction company, the building boasts warm interior walls painted with limestone paste, and a wooden exterior dyes with iron oxide. Though it’s currently just the right size for Orgusaar’s family, it easily expands with another module.
Via Lauren Moss