Seven months after the crowdfunding action, Bookworm Cabin, an unusual reading hut, was erected in Adelin near Warsaw.
“Bookworm cabin” is a project of Bartek Kraciuk and Marta Puchalska-Kraciuk. His prototype was designed in 2015 by a team from the POLE Architekci studio. A modern, wooden, fully equipped recreation cottage was established in Rzepiska near Zakopane. Together with the entresol, it occupied a total area of 35 m2. Bartek and Marta liked the hut so much that they decided to create something similar, but in their own style. They chose Adelin, near Wyszków, as the location.
Bookworm Cabin is located between two villages, just 45 minutes from Warsaw (about 50km on the S8 route) on a densely overgrown plot with a view of picturesque fields.
It is possible to hire the whole for yourself here
The mezzanine bedroom, compact kitchen and fully equipped bathroom will allow you to spend time comfortably and indulge in reading or just relaxing. – It’s good that the house is year-round, because at the moment weekends are reserved until October. The proximity of the city makes it easy to go here also during the week – say project originators, Bartłomiej Kraciuk and Marta Puchalska-Kraciuk.
A paradise for bookworms
“Bookworm” is the English equivalent of the Polish “mola książkowego”, meaning a person who loves to read. And it was mainly for such people that this extraordinary house was created in Adelin near Warsaw. – We don’t have WiFi, and the range of the cellular network is hit and miss. This house was built to calm down. Inside you will find a yellow box, to which we suggest to put down the phone and let your mind relax – say the owners of the cottage.
On the shelves in Bookworm Cabin, hundreds of books await guests, delivered by one of the largest Polish publishers. The house will also have regular surprises for readers – including “pre-release weekends”, during which the hut will be available to the public to enjoy the most anticipated titles.