LUMO Architects has built a series of distinctive, asymmetric cabin shelters in Denmark’s South Funen Archipelago, with the goal to not only attract visitors but to also enhance the area as a place dedicated to active and diverse outdoor life.
Photography: Jesper Balleby
Exteriors are covered with large wood chips and treated with black-pigmented wood tar oil; natural light and views of the outside are provided by circular windows.
Acting as starting points for kayakers, anglers, boaters and divers, the structures have been made to naturally blend in with its context.
Built along the islands of Skarø, Drejø, Birkholm and Ærø, they’re available in five different styles — each named after different types of fish.