I love this outdoor cabin, perfect to sit back with a couple of friends and enjoy some good conversation while enjoying the great outdoors.
The design inside isn’t too bad neither, take a peak below:
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I love the huge windows and the hard wood interior. I love the smell of that in a home. And it’s not often I get to be in one!
I don’t know what it is about wood interior and the outdoors, they just seem to match great together don’t you think?
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I’m having a hard time deciding whether this floating circular house is small or tiny.
It’s so modern and beautiful. From the wrap around deck to the wrap around balcony!
It would be such a pleasure to be in this house, wouldn’t you think? Unless you get sea sick easily.
But even if it weren’t on water, wouldn’t this be great out in the woods, by the ocean, or even in the mountains?
More info on this tiny house here.
By Harrison Design Associates. More info here.
More pics here. Architect here. Original article here.
Found this one @ Lloyd Kahn’s blog originally. Photos by Kirk Metson.
This is a genius idea for permits because the main level is still less than 100-square-feet. The rest is simply a 100-square-feet covered deck and a 200-square-foot attic/loft which doesn’t count because ceiling height is less than 6′. But you must check your own local zoning codes before designing and building! Thanks for the tip I got on Facebook through Kent from the Tiny House Blog.