Black or white? Chameleon cabin changes colour when seen from different angles


An architect has designed a cabin that seemingly changes colour, thanks to the angle at which it is observed.

Mattias Lind used durable MiniWell corrugated paper for the cabin and each alternate ridge was painted black or white, which creates the interesting effect. Depending on the angle, the cabin looks striped, completely black or completely white. The inside of the cabin is painted bright yellow as a vibrant warm contrast.

The cabin is constructed from 92 separate modules that fit together with tabs and slots, so it can be extended. For this project, the cabin is short and compact (7sq m), resembling a Swedish ‘friggebod’ shed.

Lind, who works at White Arkitekter, created the cabin in conjunction with Happy F&B for local company Göteborgstryckeriet.

Take a look at the quirky cabin here and tell us if you would like one of these fun sheds in your garden.

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