Placed in Gąsiorowo in Northern Poland, an agroutouristic micro-village composed out of three houses overlooking a lake and a forest is going far beyond the average standard of rural huts one would assiociate with the notion of agrotourism. The client, who is salso a builder, asked for a variety of small houses below 35m2 in footprint. The interiors were designed and crafted from wood scrap by the very owner. It gave me an opportunity for experimenting with layouts and overall shapes within the restrictions of local, quite severe, Masterplan. The houses have thick walls and heating air-pump that provides electricity-based heating, so people can enjoy the stay all year round.