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312 Sq. Ft. Modern Prefab Tiny Studio Cabin

This is a 312 sq. ft. modern prefab tiny studio designed by a Barcelona-based company called NOEM. It’s called the Studio GO and it runs from 100% solar power.

The cabin is made up of two prefabricated modules that are relatively easy to move so it can be transported and reassembled anywhere and set up in the same or even a different configuration. So although it’s not on wheels, it’s still mobile.

When you go inside you’ll notice light-toned wood throughout the living area, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom. There is also an outdoor wood deck with a pergola.

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312 Sq. Ft. Modern Prefab Tiny Studio Cabin

312 Sq. Ft. Modern Prefab Tiny Studio

Images © NOEM

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Related: 400 Sq. Ft. Studio37 Modern Prefab Cabin

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Images © NOEM

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  • Susanne September 16, 2015, 10:51 pm

    Better than being homeless….

  • mr. lonnie November 2, 2015, 7:35 pm

    check out the NOEM link, folks …
    i like what they are doing … a bit far from where i am, however …

  • Mike November 2, 2015, 10:49 pm

    Not super impressed with this unit but I do like the idea of prefab tiny homes that are not on a trailer, especially for the homeless and as a resource for low income (current zoning law notwithstanding). Trailers like this are used extensively in the oilfield. A “Gin Truck” comes by at the end of the well pulls it up onto it’s flatbed and drives off the the next location. Why buy a trailer for a TH that isn’t going to be moved often (besides the zoning laws)? This particular design just needs a little more thought.

  • Liz November 3, 2015, 10:19 am

    How about those interior walls?? I have never seen anything like that before but I think it’s really cool. The sink in the bathroom would be a problem, however. I think people probably don’t know how small those sinks are until they try to wash their face. Water gets all over and are really kind of worthless. I don’t know what that NOEM thing is or if it’s expensive but if it’s for the bath, it would seem to make sense to spend a tiny bit more money on a larger sink that works better.

  • Gabriella September 14, 2016, 4:30 pm

    The line evokes the Modular types years 60′. The essential style interior furnishing, resumes module styling. Truly a happy bright pleasing solution in the general layout of the rooms

  • ROSEE September 14, 2016, 5:28 pm

    Although I’m not too overly fond of modular pre-fab homes, but this really makes good sense to have one when you need a place. Nice work!

  • Large Marge September 14, 2016, 6:27 pm

    Simple, clean, rustic. A beautiful example of visual lines and open space.

    Sliding door solves the cubic space requirements of a swinging door. But we have nothing against swinging if that’s your thing. Just to clarify. We are OK with swinging. And sliding is OK, too.

    Transportable, and solar powered.

    Studio GO gets a thumbs up.

  • Amy September 15, 2016, 1:43 pm

    Large Marge, I love your all-inclusive attitude! Sometimes I have to take a break from reading the comments. So much negativity in the world. Kudos to those commenters who can strike a balance.

  • Janet November 3, 2016, 3:11 pm

    I’m falling in love with pre-fabs. I want to move from Sacramento to TX and I don’t want to haul a tiny house, container house or cabin myself. To have one built and delivered for me costs $4.50/mile at least. Some companies won’t deliver that far. Pre-fabs can be delivered ANYWHERE. I see tiny homes for sale on the east coast, but the distance makes them impossible to purchase. Pre-fabs are such a great idea. The one above is just one example. I prefer clean lines and the modular look to the country look. I’m so glad this was shown, as I now have more ideas to put in my “Tiny Home Folder.”

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie November 4, 2016, 9:16 am

      Janet, prefabs are really a great idea! You should definitely look into them 🙂 — Tiny House Talk Team

  • Michael November 3, 2016, 7:50 pm

    I like the fresh and bright modern style without any clutter. These guys are offering all assistance needed. A pity that they are in Spain.
    It would be nice to get a price idea.
    We should have something like this over here.

  • ZACHARY E. MOHRMANN November 3, 2016, 9:26 pm

    I like it it’s different.. And I like that it is off grid and uses solar power, I could live in a place like that, I enjoy different…!

  • Diana Graham November 11, 2016, 1:02 pm

    I just went from reading : “South Williamsburg condo with just 7 apartments launches sales from $2M” (http://ny.curbed.com/2016/11/11/13598598/williamsburg-south-1st-street-condo-sales-launch) to reading your article. Crazy as it might seem to some I far and away prefer the prefab. Somewhere between All-the-burdensome-crap-you-have, and Only-what-you-really-need, the truth lies. For me it is definitely closer to less-crap-breathe-free.

  • jm January 26, 2017, 12:28 pm

    Pre-fabs are the way to go. If you can get some cheap land in an expensive housing market, and ship in a pre-fab…

  • Kathleen Veltsos January 26, 2017, 4:01 pm

    This looks like you could buy it at Ikea! Clean lines.

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