Prefabricated homes are a dime a dozen, these days, so when an architecture firm introduces a modular, travel-worthy dwelling that’s markedly different from the rest, we’re all ears. Such is the case for the Hinterhouse — a pleasant, thoughtfully-designed abode nestled within the forest of Quebec.
Crafted and designed by the formulaic minds behind Menard Dworkind Architecture, this small, serene home features a handful of interesting traits seldom seen in the prefabricated space. From its slatted (and sliding) all-wood external structure, to its convenient two-bed, single-bath interior, complemented by modern, angular appliances, smooth concrete flooring, and contemporary furniture, you can tell that MRDK has thoughtfully produced each and every aspect of the home. In the primary living area, a bespoke sink, farmhouse table, and kindling nook complete the space, calling upon red pine planks, cedar siding, and a centralized fireplace to keep things warm during the winter. If that isn’t enough, you can head outside to take part in the Hinterhouse’s private sauna, which boasts an outdoor shower, an indoor steam room, and an undeniable aesthetic catered toward relaxation.