匈牙利领先的的木屋设计公司Hello Wood, 发布了他们木屋家族的最新成员WorkStation小屋。这间小屋想要在不离开花园的情况下寻找一点私密空间的人。8平方米的豪华木屋可以设置在后花园，其功能仅限于想象。
Hello Wood, one of the pioneers of the Hungarian cabin movement, released the newest member of the cabin family, the WorkStation. This cabin is for those who want to break away without actually leaving their own garden. The 8-square-meter luxury wooden house can even be set up in the back garden and its function is limited only by imagination.
The insulated and soundproof house can function as a workstation, a meeting room, a kids playroom and a perfect hiding place if you are looking for a quiet place to read, relax and exercise. It can even function as a sleeping capsule for guests.
The cabin gives you the extra room you always wished for. The playful shape was inspired by nature. The WorkStation brings you closer to the outside world. The cosy interior is characterized by wood panels and the huge windows let the natural lights in.
When designing the concept, our main goal was to create a highly functional space. The quality of the space is not given by the huge size, but by its complexity.
The interior is insulated therefore easily adapts to the changes of the seasons. You can enjoy the comfort of a private room during winter and you don't have to suffer from the heat in summer, as the air conditioning can be hidden in a built-in bench. An electrical outlet ensures that you can charge your laptop, phone and establish a WiFi connection.
At last but not least, our main goal is to meet the needs of the present and achieve a more sustainable future: Due to its low energy consumption and environmental focus, building a small house is more environmentally friendly than building a house with traditional technologies and non-renewable materials.
Project name:WorkStation cabin
Company name:Hello Wood
Project location:Budapest, Hungary
Building area (m²):Gross floor area: 10 m2 / Interior area: 8 m2
Designed & Built by Hello Wood
Creative Idea: András Huszár, Péter Pozsár, Dávid Ráday, Krisztián Tóth (Hello Wood)
Lead Designer: Péter Pozsár (Hello Wood)
Project Architect: Tamás Fülöp, László Mangliár (Hello Wood)
Photo credits:Zsuzsa Darab