Industrial designers Malgorzata Blachnicka & Michal Holcer have completed their latest project for mountain lovers, a self-sufficient shelter called ‘Huba’.
The mountain shelter based on traditional alpine architecture generates it own energy and is equipped with an effective vertical wind turbine. Wind and rain provides energy which is then saved within a battery and used to supply the shack’s heating, lighting and water pump. Roof tiles are designed so that rainwater can easily be collected within the tank, which is then filtered and safe for drinking. Windows the width of slats are inserted into the design producing light beams.
Perfect eco-vacation rental don’t you think? Would you like to stay in something like this?