On the seafront of Eastbourne, an English summer resort less than an hour from Brighton, the JaK Studio has built a unique beach cabin. Called the Spy Glass, its design was based on the idea of constructing a structure reminiscent of the old typical British beach huts, but incorporating the convenience of modern design.
Measuring 2 meters wide and 3 meters both in length and height, the Spy Glass offers inside all the comforts you need during a day at sea: outside there is a showerhead, while inside there is a bathroom, a locker where you can store your personal belongings and a cantilever bed.
From the outside, the design of the Spy Glass is fun and fits perfectly into the landscape, and its shape is inspired by the classic coin-operated binoculars that are often found on piers and in seaside resorts. The JaK Studio has also taken over the swivel system from these disused objects. The cabin, in fact, is positioned on a platform that allows you to rotate the entire structure of 180°, giving you the opportunity to admire the coast, the beach, the promenade or the pier from the large window and to put yourself in favor of the sun.
We think our beach hut will add something special to the coastline, at the same time it will fit in with the fabric of the traditional British seafront.