Tiny hotel on the edge of a swamp. Birch trees surround the hotel room
Tiny hotel on the edge of a swamp. Birch trees surround the hotel room

The Maidla hotel, designed by b210 architects and inspired by wild nature, is not a classic hotel room. Hidden at the edge of the forest, it fits the request of the client, who wanted a private refuge in contact with nature as much as possible

The small hotel is located among the birch trees: a wooden walkway leads to the terrace in front of the raised building. The whole building is covered with terraces, which create gigantic steps leading up to the roof, from which you can admire the sunset or the stars at night

Tiny hotel on the edge of a swamp. Birch trees surround the hotel room

The hotel room can accommodate 1 or 2 visitors at a time, offering maximum comfort and privacy. The dark brown ash walls and sharp corners of the walls allow the building to blend in with the swampy forest. A short walk away is the historic site can enable guests to visit both the historic buildings and a picturesque landscape

Tiny hotel on the edge of a swamp. Birch trees surround the hotel room

Efforts were made to cause no damage to the surrounding birch trees, elevating the building to one meter above ground level. To better suit the sensitive plot, the shape of the small hotel is irregular and divided into triangles, resulting in a triangular bedroom with a view of the wildlife and picturesque landscape

Tiny hotel on the edge of a swamp. Birch trees surround the hotel room

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