The modules are portable, allowing for them to be moved from one location to another, or put together in clusters to create a community of hypercubes. Taking advantage of pre-existing resources such as water, electricity and landscaping, the modules can be easily installed on site and be up and running in a short amount of time.
The distinct design features an elevated cubic steel-framed structure that has been tilted, offering guests privacy and uninterrupted views of the surrounding landscape. Strong angular lines are featured inside and out, giving the lodging a unique and modern edge. The interior is accessible by a steel staircase that seems to float down from the module’s entrance, while the back entrance opens out onto a concrete terrace. The interior design features multi-level living zones, an elevated sleeping area, a large central glass walled bathroom and white washed wooden walls, ceilings and furnishings.
While the concept is yet to be operational, its designers hope to create a new hotel model for Austrian holiday destinations, offering guests the chance to pre-book a simple weekend away in nature. With that being said, the modular prefab units would also make a great backyard guest house, office space or portable gallery.