With the WANDERLUST we implemented a modular concept.
The HÜTT consists of three modules and two compartments: a living module, a sleeping module, and a sanitary module, plus a technical compartment and a luggage compartment.
This modular concept allows you to easily assemble your own combination of modules in function of the desired level of comfort, size and functionalities.
A generous size living and kitchen area made of Nordic fir planks inside and outside and coated with a dual component varnish.
All wooden custom-made cabinetries and a selection of wooden design furnishings.
Compact yet beautiful and comfortable bathroom unit with shower, toilet and vanity.
We housed all technical equipment in a lockable hatch-door compartment accessible from the outside of the cabin.
The house has an insulated luggage compartment - with two lockable doors for storing various equipment (hoses, cables, tools, firewood, etc.) with a volume = 1.1m3.
The design of the compartment allows it to be used as a drying chamber.
Mankind today cannot imagine existence without traveling, movement, and new discoveries. That’s why we put our HÜTTs on wheels! Any of our HÜTTs, whether it be the “WANDERLUST”, “ONSEN”, or “LE BURO”, can be produced in 3 versions:
But, we also have a 4th option, which is still a secret of the company. As soon as the development of this concept is completed, we will publish this interesting and unusual project.
We designed HÜTT with the intention to create something moving, in the literal sense but also in the figurative sense. We hope that our customers would get what the French call a “voyage depayasant”. A pleasant change of scenery, a moving experience, a retreat from your normal surroundings, a voyage of reverie, an escape to whatever you need or crave.
As such, our HÜTT’s can serve many purposes:
You are longing for going off-grid, for switching off – be it on a mountain top, the forest, the sea-shore… or just in the back of your own garden.
To have your own wellness/sauna facility to shed off your clothes and with that the frenzies of every-day life.
To have a me-space to do your own thing (writing, reading, composing music…)
To have a cool place to park the kids (playroom).