Skyli Trekking Cabin

Nov 14, 2017

Category: Living

How does one build a hiking shelter that is protective, but at the same time incredibly unique and welcoming to the surrounding environment? Architectural firm Utopia answered that question with the Skyli Trekking Cabin.

The large structure boasts bright blue corrugated steel siding along with four steeply pitched roofs, and four floor-to-ceiling windows. The gabled roofs help shelter the cabin’s up to 15 guests, while at the same time providing a unique frame from which hikers are invited to look through. Utopia’s clever designed doesn’t just stop on the outside of the cabin, however. To conserve on space, the interior of the cabin features flat packing benches, beds, cupboards, and tables. And if your trip has been an unhappy one so far? The Skyli Trekking Cabin has plenty of power, food, running water, and a survival gear to nurse any weary hiker back to health.

Learn More: Utopia

HiConsumption is reader-supported. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more

More From Living

lululemon Puts A Modern & Athletic Spin On The Classic Men's Button-Up Shirt

A versatile long-sleeve made from technical poly blend material.

Posted By Tim Huber

Partner

Boundary's Recycled Bags Are Perfect For Tech-Obsessed Travelers

Boasting a modular expansion system and NYWOOL padded sleeves.

Posted By Chris West

Partner
Featured Image

This Cabin Cluster Offers An Unrivaled View Of Norway’s Stunning Coastline

The site was discovered by Floke Vilgerdsson in the year 868.

Posted By

Nov 25, 2020

Featured Image

This 312′ Superyacht Has An IMAX Theater, Helipad, & Military-Grade Security

A luxury vessel with a safe-room and “diplomatic-grade” conference room.

Posted By

Nov 24, 2020

Featured Image

Den Outdoors’ DIY A-Frame Cabin Kit Takes 2 People And A Weekend To Build

The final design comes in at 115sqft with an 11ft peak.

Posted By

Nov 23, 2020

Featured Image

IKEA Builds A 187SQFT Tiny Trailer Focusing On Low-Cost Sustainability

A $50K prefab tiny home gest an IKEA-curated redesign inside and out.

Posted By

Nov 20, 2020