If you’re keen to escape your concrete jungle and be at one with nature, this mountain cabin situated in the picturesque comune of Piateda in Italy, is the bachelor pad for you.
Surrounded by the Orobie Alps and at about 1000 meters above sea level, Casa VI was transformed by Alfredo Vanotti from an existing ruin into an incredible concrete, natural larch and iron cabin with solar radiation, lighting and lush valley views.
Vanotti worked with the sunshine and light in designing Casa VI, opting for a roof with a unique layer so that towards the south, through a skylight, the cabin will be full of natural light all year long.
The cabin also pays homage to local craftsmanship, featuring a homemade fireplace, table, chairs, stairs, bidet, sink and bathroom. Casa VI takes ‘glamping’ to a whole new level.