This ecoPerch tiny cabin is located in Blackberry Wood campground in Sussex.

Designed by Blue Forest architecture firm in Sussex.

The entire structure is approximately 26′ x 19′ so about 494 sq. ft. (including the covered front porch area and storage outside).

Modern Prefab Tiny Cabin Design

Related: 392 Sq. Ft. Modern Park Model Cabin That Will Amaze You

I encourage you to tour the inside, check out the floor plan, and leave your best thoughts about it in the comments below:

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Here is an unusual off grid micro cabin trailer that’s off road ready and can even function as a luxury (and mobile) micro cabin.

It’s built by a company in St. Augustine Florida and is named the ADAK Adventure Trailer.

I’ll show you the entire travel trailer that’s ready for just about any adventure.

Plus there are two videos you’ll be able to check out on it too (one with the designer/builder too).

ADAK Adventure Trailer: Off Road And Off Grid Ready Travel Trailer

Related: Aerodynamic Homemade Teardrop Tiny Home on Wheels: Taking Tiny Living on the Road

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In this post I’m showing you The Bunkie tiny house concept.

It’s a prefab and modern design that works in your backyard or your own land.

There are several different models to choose from with pricing starting at $21,900.

Each with multi functional furniture options to best suite your small space needs.

Bunkie Prefab Tiny House Design

Related: $12k Shed to Cabin Conversion

Enjoy the rest below (photos and video):

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The Porter Cottage is the picture of environmental sustainability. From the composting toilet to the solar panels that allows the tiny cabin to have modern furnishings without being on the power grid, this comfortable abode measures only 550 square feet.

The designer of this tiny house is Alex Scott Porter who built the place for her father, Bruce Porter. The family is no stranger to academia. Bruce, now retired, used to teach at Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. Alex has a Masters of Architecture from Columbia but also attended Yale’s School of Architecture and earned a BA cum laude from Penn State. Following in her father’s footsteps, Alex has also taught at Columbia, Barnard and the Pratt Institute.

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I just had to show you this tiny house design sent in by a reader.

It’s called the mobile wooden hut which is designed for four people to sleep in.

The purpose of this mobile micro cabin is to serve as a cabin for vacations and camping sites.

Right now the first ones are being built for a campground in Belgium.

Tiny House Design for Campgrounds

Related: Why Tiny House Communities Hardly Exist

I think you might be surprised by how tiny it really is when you take a look inside below:

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I wanted to be sure you’re aware that Dee Williams will be on a Tiny House Book Tour called The Big Tiny.

So she might be in a city near you or a city you.

Or she might be somewhere you may be willing to visit.

Because it’s a great chance to meet her in person.

The tour begins Tuesday April 22, 2014 at Boneyard Studios in Washington, DC.

Dee Williams on a Tiny House Book Tour

Related: Woman Lives in a Tiny 84 Sq. Ft. House for 7+ Years (guess who?)

To find out where else Dee will be (and even get a video tour of her tiny house compound) just scroll or click below:

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In this post I’m introducing you to Peter Pavlowich and his Terrapin micro turtle campers.

This series is called The Terrapin and it’s a new model of trailer campers he’s created.

They’re inspired by many of the tiny travel trailers from the 1950s and 60s which are great for road trips.

The best part is that you can easily tow these campers because they’re lightweight and compact.

Related: Even Smaller Hand Built Woody Teardrop Camper

Terrapin Casual Turtle Camper For Sale

This way you save on gas and ultimately it’s affordable to adventure. I urge you to check out the rest of this micro camper below because I think you’ll like the interior:

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