A wooden cabin designed by an architect and photographer was built by Hungarian studio T2.a Architects in just two days in a forest outside Budapest.
Bence Turanyi of T2.a Architects designed the Photographer’s House for his friend, photographer Zsolt Batar using prefabricated timber panels so it could be put together extremely quickly.
Both the architect and the photographer brought different ideas to the project, but their overall aim was for “a building which looks good and unique, is of excellent quality, and can be built during very short time and for a reasonable price”.
“When two different ways of thinking meet, the result is something completely new,” said Turanyi. “Our conversations about art, architecture and design were brought to life in this house.