On show as part of the Lisbon Architecture Triennale, the reading cabin comprises a shed-like structure containing nothing but a single bookshelf and a raised seating area.
Visitors can reserve time slots to occupy the library, whether it be an hour or a whole day.
The cabin first opened in Paredes and has since moved to Lisbon. The artist plans to relocate it each year, translating the books into different languages for foreign countries.” – Dezeen
I love the simplicity and warm light inside this tiny building. A habitable variation seems possible with the addition of some cabinets and bathroom built into the back wall and clad in the same wood siding.
Read the full article about the One, Two and Many reading cabin by Marta Wengorovius.
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I think that is really nice. I would not only use it as a reading room but also as an artist studio. I think a couple of side windows would also be nice.
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