Cabins in Architecture refer to small, simple structures typically built in rural or remote areas, often surrounded by nature. These structures are designed to provide shelter and serve as temporary or permanent dwellings for people seeking solitude, relaxation, or a connection with the natural environment. Cabins are often characterized by their modest size, use of local and sustainable materials, and an emphasis on blending with the surrounding landscape. They range from traditional log or timber constructions to more modern, minimalist designs incorporating glass, steel, or concrete elements.