Here is an interesting design concept for a cabin, something that should come in handy for folks who frequently hike or scale mountains as their pastime. What makes the Huba Shelter interesting is that it comes with an ecofriendly energy system which should render better power for folks who would need it from such solutions which would frequently be useful for the trekkers or climbers.
Designed by Michal Holcer & Malgorzata Blachnicka, the structure benefits from natural water and wind resources in the mountain climate, harnessing the energy to power a heater, lighting and pump for showering with collected rain water.
The modular piece is small enough to make it easy to transport yet carrying a complete package which should be something reliable. The cabin is made entirely of plastic and fragments of wind-fallen trees which make it easy to lift by air, while LED lighting cap off the many needs that folks would need in case they need to stop and rest before continuing their journey.