ANNA Stay brings an elegant and dynamic play between home, nature and people. The cabin is a moving wooden structure where these three aspects merge. It is a womb of comfort and a platform that opens to the elements. ANNA breathes, listens and feels.
Only high-quality natural materials are used for construction. The exterior of ANNA Stay is made out of high performing sustainable Accoya wood. The cabin is built from different materials to ensure the best durability and strength. Other main parts consist of birch plywood interior, a steel roof and HR+ double glazing. The kitchen and shower are made of wood and stainless steel. The two layers are carried by eight industrial wheels guided by supporting rails.
ANNA Stay comes with an indoor bathroom with shower and separate flush toilet, a fully furnished kitchen and plenty of storage space. A bathtub is fully integrated in the floor area. ANNA Stay provides room for up to two king-size beds and can be equipped with a central heating installation. The cabin is also available in a self-sufficient off-grid version, including a fire-heated boiler, a solar energy system and wastewater treatment system. The off-grid version is only available in the Netherlands at this moment.
Due to its quick assembly, it is suitable for the most secluded areas. The cabin is surprisingly light, so in most circumstances it does not need an additional base foundation. Some soil types may require a screw foundation, which can be installed in about 1.5 hours and just as easily removed after cabin ANNA finds a new location.
ANNA Stay derives its stability from a unique structure that has its origin in buildings such as railway stations, which rely only on the side walls for structural integrity. That’s where the beautifully crafted wooden trusses come from.
ANNA Stay is a reproducible cabin that can be flexibly assembled and disassembled anywhere in the world. The cabin is designed so that it can be delivered either in one piece or as a flatpack fitted in a container.
The cabin is manufactured to minimise assembly time on-site. On-site work is done by an electric spider crane. The whole cabin can be remounted and relocated any time. As a flatpack, ANNA Stay can technically be built anywhere in the world.