Chameleon Cabin changes appearance, depending on each visitor’s viewpoint; transitioning from black marble from one gable end, to white marble at the opposite. A bright yellow interior provides a contrasting warmth, while covering the window reveals for a seamless finish. The proportions of the Chameleon Cabin give a nod to the Swedish friggebod, a small Swedish dwelling that can be built without planning permission. The entire structure is made from MiniWell, a 2mm-thick corrugated paper produced by Swedish company, EuroWell. Pictured here at Tjolöholms Castle in Halland, Chameleon Cabin has been exhibited all over Sweden; the robustness of design and the flat-pack nature of the components made for easy transportation.
Chameleon Cabin was a collaboration between White Arkitekter, Göteborgstryckeriet and the branding agency, Happy F+B.