Articles by Ellen Eberhardt

Ellen is an East Coast-based writer, designer, and former architectural working bee. She covers all things cabins at Field Mag.
Robots, Humans, and a Set of Tree Trunks Make a Cabin in England
Robots, Humans, and Mother Nature Assemble a Cabin in the Woods of England

Designed and built by a team of students and one large robotic arm, the Woodland Cabin is a testament to humans and machine collaboration

NY State Park Cabin System Makes Architect-Designed Cabins Open to All
How to Book a Stay at NY State Park's New Cozy Contemporary Cabin System

Just two hours outside of NYC, 25 public cabins and cottages on the Long Island coastline bring affordable cabin escapes to all New Yorkers

Prefab Saunas & Shingle-Clad Micro Cabins by Iglucraft of Estonia
These Charming Prefab Cabins & Saunas Can Be Ordered Online Direct From Estonia

Make your cottagecore dreams a reality with these traditionally crafted cabins fit for the Shire

New Streaming Service 'Shelter' Is Netflix for Design Lovers
New Streaming Service 'Shelter' Is Netflix for Design Lovers

The curated platform offers over 200 hours of documentaries, shorts, and episode-driven series on all things architecture, design, and sustainability

Piaule Landscape Hotel in Catskill, NY—Embrace Nature With Good Design
Stay In a Floating Cabin Cube at the All-New Piaule Landscape Hotel

Among 50-acres of rolling forest sits a luxe, eco hotel & spa centering locally-made homeware, beautiful design, and nature-inspired wellness

Tortiga Cabins Prove Prefab Doesn't have to be Square
These Playful Prefab Dome Homes Are Endlessly Customizable

From music studios to glamping pods, these turtle-like cabins are durable, creative, and like nothing we've seen yet

kitHAUS Cabins Combine Mid-Century Design with Prefab Construction
This LA-Based Prefab Company Draws Inspiration from Mid-Century Greats

Live out your mid-century modern dreams (affordably) in these sleek prefab cabins from Southern California

In Japan, a Modest and Raw Home Brings Cabin-Life to the City
The Inoki-Ye House Outside of Osaka, Japan Brings Cabin-Life to the City

Amidst industrial warehouse and factories, this residential extension brings peace and quiet to a family's backyard

An Intricate Lattice of Waste Wood Protects this Cabin in Spain
Renewable Energy and Waste Wood Make This Spanish Cabin One of a Kind

Made with local wood from the surrounding forest and powered by renewable energy, this sculpture-like cabin was built for and during quarantine

Parks Project Celebrates "Brooklyn's Backyard" With Prospect Park Collection
Parks Project Releases Colorful Apparel Benefiting NYC's Prospect Park

Proceeds from this cheerful summertime collection go towards the maintenance and upkeep of the iconic 585 acre NYC park

NYC's Hikerkind Launches Fashion-Forward Hiking Apparel for Women
NYC-based Women-led Brand Hikerkind Releases Design-Forward Hiking Basics

The women-led brand kicks off with a weekend hiking club and core collection, because you deserve to look and feel your best in nature, too

Permanent Camping II, a Clever Copper Prefab With Peak Mad Max Vibes
Live Your Sci-Fi Fantasy in This Folding Copper Cabin in Australian Farm Country

Stacked living quarters, a lush wood interior, and floor-to-ceiling shutters to invite the outdoors in—or keep it out