Designed by Saunders Architecture.
“Summerhouse Aaland was designed by Todd Saunders and Tommie Wilhelmsen in the Fall of 2002. This house takes the form of a continuous, long, folded wooden structure that incorporates all the functions of the house. Here we created a clear folding structure that flows up, down, over and under. This structure transformed into all the house elements: walls, floor, roof, seating and roof terrace. The house is created with ecological ambition: it is insulated with linseed fibres and the exterior wood is treated with natural oils. All the wood is from a local sawmill. The house is built on pillars allowing us not to cut any roots or trees.” (source)
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This tiny modern cabin in Australia is great because it brings the nature that outside in. And who wouldn’t appreciate that? It was designed by architect, David Luck, as a weekend spot to relax and recharge in Red Hill.
The structure comprises of internal pods that make up the entire cabin. There’s a ‘pod’ for the kitchen, bathroom, bedroom and living areas.
My favorite part is that each area of the home can be opened up to the outside which allows the breeze to come in and also make you feel like you’re outside while you’re still inside. What do you like best about this tiny modern home? And if you were to guess the square footage, what would it be?
If you want to book a vacation here you can! Rates are available here.
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To me these little cabins are funky, traditional and zen all-in-one…
They’re actually used as hotels that are part of a family owned resort in Luce, Slovenia where the owners are passionate about cooking traditionally.
Yet they are always in search for new ideas for recipes so that they can satisfy their traveller customers who come to stay in their beautiful custom built micro cabin getaways.
The cabins are near the Savinja River (part of the Alpine rivers) with rapids, clear water pools, and more. I encourage you to learn more about this seemingly wonderful place here. Rate info is available here.
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This epic tiny cabin is featured in Richard Oldsen‘s Handmade Houses book.
I’m always fanatical about unique structures like this. Vermont seems to be a great place to build small houses like this.
There are not really any building codes so folks can get as creative as they want. I encourage you to order a copy of Richard Oldsen’s book over on Amazon if you want to see more unique and beautiful houses like that in a book you can hold in your hands.
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More info and pics including interior here.
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He’s launched a campaign to raise money for this tiny houseboat project. Click here to learn how you can help.
Order and download plans to build a tiny boat house similar to this here. (aff)
Photo Credit Unknown, TKP Architects