The Soul Box is a two-story nature hut that provides a small space for two people to stay. The second floor is a space for observing nature. The ceiling and walls are wide open, allowing you to enjoy nature to the fullest. A desk and chairs are set up so that two people can observe side by side.
Allergutendinge explains the concept behind the creation of "Soul Box" as follows
People's senses tend to be worn out by rapid change and information overload. Architecture should be a tool to restore the delicate senses. Soul Box" aims to be such an architecture. The walls and ceilings separating the residents from the outside world are kept to a minimum, allowing them to feel close to nature.
On the other hand, it is equipped with the bare necessities of life. Soul Box" has a space to lie down, a place to sit, and facilities to make hot tea. All you need is a book.
The Soul Box can be easily disassembled and reassembled. It can be transported by truck, etc., and assembled on site for an overnight stay. If this is how it works, I would like to see it mass-produced and sold in Japan as well. If it is set up in the yard, it will become a popular "secret base" for neighborhood children to gather.
Adults can enjoy playing "Wednesday Night Live" by likening the "Soul Box" to "Boom Boom," an animal observation hut in Taman Nugara National Park. But don't set it up in a place where tigers come out.
(Image source: Taman Nugara National Park Web site)