Korvamae, a conventional South- Estonian farm is transformed into a shelter for cooking outdoors. Designed by Estonian architects Urmas Muru and Peeter Pere the kitchen is a summer kitchen in other words. Designed particularly for the summer gatherings, this shelter is a modern form of the traditional farmhouse. The shelter has circular holes on the two sides and a timber frame enclosed in sheet material. The kitchen is presented as a geometric object that adds to its beauty. To make the structure firmer, the construction material used is wooden framework and the waterproof plywood. The summer kitchen is a simple yet inimitable building to enjoy some beautiful moments of your life.