- Aylott + Van Tromp
Nokken has been designed as the next generation of cabins. It is more akin to a resort hotel rather than a glorified shed, providing guests with the experience to match their expectations. The form of the Nokken cabin is the key to its ultra adaptability. By keeping the architectural volume simple, the user is able to customise, join, stack, or stitch varying units together to give them a unique solution to each unique setting.
Adaptability and scalability are the key to outdoors hospitality. No sites are, or should be the same, that’s what makes every experience so individual. With this in mind, Nokken couples consistency of experience and finish with creativity of layouts. Designed by Nathan Aylott and James Van Tromp, co-founders of London-based interior design and branding studio Aylott + Van Tromp, the exterior of the Nokken cabin has been created to be tough, functional, and adaptable. Being able to perform in both freezing cold climates and boiling hot ones is no easy feat, however these cabins do with it ease.
Our vision for the Nokken cabin interiors has always been inspired by the essence of the outdoors—to capture that joyous feeling that comes with camping in nature that is aligned towards functionality, simplicity, and quality rather than glitz and glamour. This purposely reinforces a sense of escapism and a greater connection and emphasis to the landscape.
Nokken captures an effortless Nordic styling, blending seamlessly into its natural surroundings and offering a local connection to the guest. These cabins are ‘Swiss army knives’ combining everything you need and nothing you don’t. All packaged together in a modern, natural aesthetic that will only get better with age.