Les Guetteurs, an owl shaped cabin designed by Zebra3, is an adorable way to see rural France.
Bordeaux-based contemporary art company Zebra3 has creatively paired animals with architecture for a recent project.
Called Les Guetteurs (“The Watchers”), this big-eyed bungalow is composed of three wooden owls that huddle together to form a sunny and off-the-grid two-story cabin.
Crafted from timber and featuring feather-like, plywood shingles, Les Guetteurs puts a cute and clever twist on the traditional cabin.
Its loft-inspired interior is both cozy and quirky. A large, round bed undoubtedly inspired by a nest, serves as the focal point of the cabin’s second floor.
This statement piece is accentuated by similarly-shaped windows that cleverly double as the owls’ eyes.
The unique work of animal architecture is both cozy and quirky, with a nest-inspired bed located on its second floor.