Today I wanted to show you this round tiny cabin.
It’s designed and built by a company called Lexa Dome Homes.
They specialize in building wooden domes with arcing panels.
These panels actually replace the conventional stick-built (framing) construction method.
Photo Credit Lexa Dome Homes
These wooden structures are unique because they’re able to get an inner ceiling height that’s not normal with geodesic shelters.
This makes it possible to add 2nd and even 3rd floors to the design if you wanted. The materials used are also mostly recycled. Many of the materials chosen are reclaimed at the source.
People are using Lexa Homes for garages, barns, homes, sheds, relief structures, kiosks, gazebos, park structures and more.
Lexa Home Construction
Another Small Round Cabin
540 square feet Tiny Lexa Home
You can check out some interior photos of these round cabins here. More exterior photos are available here. You can also get floor plan ideas here. The smallest model is around 540 square feet shown above.
For more information visit Lexa Homes directly here.
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