‘Rocks’ Tiny House in Hungary Features Stunning Modern Design

By now, you’ve probably seen the inside of a tiny house. If not in real life than at least on the Internet. They are mass-built and grow all over the world. But while most follow the same interior design – a loft-style sleeping area with a kitchenette, lounge area and bathroom below – others branch out with unique designs and features.

Example: six new cabins, called “Rocks”, recently unveiled in the Hungarian countryside. Designed by Hello Wood Studio, the monolithic cabins look like soccer balls tossed across a pitch – then perfectly positioned to sit equidistant from each other and face outward, to allow for privacy. Its designers say it looks like a polished stone.

Small Hello Wood cabin
Image: Hello Wood

To create the polygonal shape of the cabins, its designers had to find innovative ways to ensure that all irregular sides fit together and that all structural elements remained hidden under the roof and walls of the cabin, all without being interrupted by windows or stairs. Most cabin elements were built and assembled off-site, then brought in and positioned together, some using a crane.

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Small Hello Wood cabin
Image: Hello Wood

Each cabin can accommodate two people and includes a kitchen and dining table, a bed and a built-in wardrobe, as well as a bathroom. To give it a spa feel, it is also equipped with an infrared sauna and, on the terrace, a whirlpool bath, which can be enjoyed facing the field and the surrounding hills.

Helpfully, and in keeping with the sustainable ethos with which most tiny homes are built, the cabins can also be heated and cooled with minimal energy consumption.

HelloWood small hut
Image: Hello Wood

The six huts, along with a reception, have been placed in the Csóromfölde Grove, an area that once housed summer camps and festivals, also run by Hello Wood.

“Over the years, we have become very attached to the region where we had organized our camps,” says András Huszár, co-founder and CEO of Hello Wood. “It was clear, however, that once the summer festivals were over, Csóromfölde and the surrounding villages were abandoned for most of the year. Now we will be able to provide work for the locals not only on the construction site but , through operational tasks, throughout the year.

HelloWood small hut
Image: Hello Wood

The studio had purchased the land for summer camps and festivals as part of its development program to revitalize the area. While he has respected the tranquility and natural environment of the surrounding villages, his goal is to revive a region that only comes alive from time to time, even in the summer season. With the opening of these stunning cabins, they are well on their way.

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