You are probably expecting some airport warehouse sized ultra technological state of the art project from the man
that presented so many of these already. OK maybe the featured photo gave it away, but nonetheless this is a surprise(cabin might of been a antithesis, you are not supposed to suppose).
The project is made by McCloud himself, from next to scratch, mostly wood found on site and various recycled objects, and it`s the object of Kevin`s new series.
The cabin is covered with some 2000 handmade wooden tiles , the heating falls onto the metaphorical shoulders of a former safe, the one chair is part old tractor , part deer (only the skin) and the wallpaper is an old map.
The result is stunning : a cozy, homie, small retreat from the supersonic roller coaster which is urban living. It even has a draw-wall… yes you read well, one of the walls of the cabin can be brought down through a pulley system, providing a breathtaking view of the sunset in the woodlands. What more can you ask for ?
Minimal design , 100% ecological, peaceful, quiet. Kevin is even expecting visitors with a glass of marrow rum that he made himself.
This is truly one of the Grand Designs.