This modern prefab dwelling is meant to be adaptable to whatever location you decide to holiday in. Project Green Zero from Studio di Architettura Daniele Menichini was designed for the hospitality industry as a kind of green alternative to large hotels.
Atop the solid stone base, a shell of sustainable material houses only the basics: a bedroom and bathroom, along with a bit of storage space for your holiday gear. The suite is a stylish refuge and easily adaptable to the cabin’s location.
A series of metal poles “ties” the oversize eave to the stone base on the porch, creating a slightly-protected area from which to sit and enjoy the surroundings. Some of the poles actually support the eave, two others are functional rainwater management downspouts, and the remaining are merely ornamental.
The concept was designed to be modular in nature, meaning that one unit standing alone does not have to be the standard. Two or more cabins can be grouped together to form a chateau perfect for an eco-friendly weekend getaway.