This micro A-frame cabin / bunkhouse has 9 beds inside! It’s a shelter for mountain climbers and hikers. It’s built to support heavy snow loads and if you wanted can be dismantled and stored during the harsh winters. Everything is prefabricated and delivered to the site via helicopter. It was put together by 12 people.
Images: Flavio Pesamosca
Architect: Giovanni Pesamosca
Engineer: Valentina Bertolutti
More info here at the architect’s website.
See the original article here at Design Boom.
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I just think this is an incredible little 1 bedroom A-frame cabin. I love the spacious deck, the abundance of windows, and the overall look and feel. The only thing I’d add is an upstairs balcony in the rear of the cabin.
More info on this Wrightwood California Vacation Cabin here.
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Also be sure to see this 700 sq. ft. A-frame cabin for simple living on the same property. For me a home like this is of the perfect size (and shape). Not too small, but just right if you plan on sharing the space with someone else and an occasional visitor. How about you?
Learn more about this cabin and the property over at this blog.
Thanks, Adrian, for sharing!
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What does $75,000 get you?
How about a 500 square foot A-frame cabin on a 7,800 sq foot parcel of land. Located in Granite Falls, WA. Built in 1972 this one bedroom one bath cabin has electric water heater, and free-standing wood stove.
Find all the details on this 500 square foot A-Frame cabin For Sale here. Always do your research before buying though!!
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This incredibly awesome A-frame cabin is yet another small house of my dreams. Only thing that this one is missing for me is an upstairs balcony like this A-frame has that’s on the same property. I would design and build something modeled off of this design in a heartbeat on my own land with no mortgage somewhere in the woods to live simply and write passionately out of. How about you? Would you live here? Would you build something similar to this or are A-frames not your thing?
This cabin is available for rent near Yosemite in case you’d like to stay here on one of your future vacations. It rents out for $275/night. This cabin is also on the property. More info here.
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This modern A-frame cabin in Yosemite is absolutely one of my all time favorite homes. I already love A-frames and this one’s modern touch along with its natural look and feel just makes it all even better for me. Also the upstairs bedroom with private balcony seals the deal for me. Notice the custom staircase too (no safety rails, though). It reminds me of the $11k Zen Cabin in the woods I showed you the other day. Anyways this A-frame is a vacation cabin in Sierra National Forest near Yosemite that you can stay in. They say it’s like a private Yosemite (without the crowds). It rents for about $275 a night. More info on rates here. There’s also another A-frame and a log cabin on the property, too.
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I thought you’d also enjoy this tiny metal A-frame cabin in the mountains alongside the amazing Scandinavian peaks of the Matanuska Glacier area. It was made so explorers can have a base while adventuring the area. As tiny as it is you’d be surprised that it can actually sleep up to 10 adventurers. And when I say adventurers I mean it because it’s an extreme environment. There’s an air landing strip nearby just about 700 feet away which is pretty nice if you’re flying in to the location of the cabin. I encourage you to learn more about this awesome little A-frame here. And if you’re interested in checking out more of these “huts” check out this link.
Inside there’s a 2-burner Coleman cook stove and water is available nearby. The location of the cabin is 18 miles from a parking lot at the Matanuska Glacier. Coordinates for the cabin are 61 35.500 N 147 28.500 W.
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