The Japandi design of this cabin takes off the grid stays to a completely new level. In the Asberget mountains, at about 3 hours drive from Stockholm, the Bergaliv landscape hotel offers a highly unique cabin design that blends austerity with refined comfort. Japanese design meets Scandinavian minimalism is one of the 2021 trends to watch and this cabin is an excellent example.
The Lofthuset, designed by architect Hanna Michelson, stands 33 feet tall and is constructed in two 140 square foot stories. The lower room is a sheltered room with basic modern-day comfort; the top room is a lookout deck with an incredible view over the valley. The interior is minimal with raw materials such as plywood, yet offers some warm touches through the natural stone details and custom made ceramics. The cabin design finds an original blend between Nordic and Japanese interiors. The mattress is attached to a wooden frame that can easily be hung to the wall, freeing up space during the daytime.
Currently, Bergaliv Landscape Hotel is constructing a second cabin in the same Japandi design aesthetic, which will be slightly larger to accommodate families. We highly recommend booking a small retreat at Bergaliv; the surroundings are so serene that you will absolutely feel reborn upon check out.