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Forest Fire Micro Cabin Could Be An Awesome Tiny House

This forest fire micro cabin would  make for quite the incredible tiny house, don’t you think?


It’s situated in an amazing landscape with incredible views because it’s purpose is to monitor forest fires.

The cabin consists of about 172 sq. ft. inside with a 129 sq. ft. outside terrace/patio.

172 Sq. Ft. Micro Cabin Tiny House to Monitor Forest Fires

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Learn more: http://www.ohsom.com/architecture-vigie.html

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  • Cahow December 8, 2014, 5:39 pm

    Stunning! I realize that it’s the Support Station for Smokey Bear so I wasn’t expecting anything grand, inside. But, the outside is fantastic and I love how securely it folds up. 😀

    And [email protected]@K!!! Photos of the interior! LOL

  • Gabriella December 6, 2017, 4:36 pm

    This is the beauty that I like.The Minimal of the Minimalism. From a lot of safety, the windows mechanism, remarkable, ingenious..

  • jerry December 6, 2017, 4:58 pm

    If they are going to put it on a pedestal then they should make it spin so the catch the sun or shade, view, sunset as needed.
    Not to mention tracking the sun for solar increasing output 25%.
    I’d make more simple opening windows, etc , KIS

  • jake December 6, 2017, 8:21 pm

    Wow.

    Wow.
    Mnml.
    Crafty desk and bench/chairs.
    Crafty bench/toilet.
    Crafty minimum soil impact foundation.
    Crafty critter entrance deterence.
    Rather elegant for a fire watch post.

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