The Lilelo (Little Leisure Lodges) hotel is in the heart of Monferrato, one of Italy’s leasing wine areas, in the Piedmont region. A work of the Paris firm Lavit, the complex presents four independent cabins built with larchwood, taking from the haystaacks of local tradition. Three contain suites, and the fourth is a communal space with a broad outdoor space and kitchen for guests to gather in. With rectangular plans 9 meters long and 6 wide, and ceiling heights of 5.5, these A-shaped cottages are raised over the ground to minimize their impact on the terrain while adapting to the site’s slope. Non-standardized prefabricated elements were used in the construction.