Now here’s a tiny cabin with a twist that I wanted to show you.
It’s best built on stilts so you can make the best of use of the fold out porch area.
Fold Out Porch on Tiny Cabin
We’ve already seen ideas like this being used on tiny houses on wheels.
Photo Credit Roderick James Architect
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Interior View of the Tiny Cabin
The tiny home is named The Forrester’s Cabin. It was built in 1996 and has a 24’x12′ footprint.
Once it’s closed up it looks just like a shed. But once the porch platforms are dropped it reveals the beautiful home inside.
It has a double bed alcove inside with a kitchen, bathroom, and more.
Sketch of the Cabin with Flip Down Porch
Photo Credits Roderick James Architects
My first thoughts were, “this is an excellent way to go off grid in a stealthy way.” Do you agree? Would love to read your thoughts in the comments on how a design like this would be beneficial in an off-grid or even survival environment.
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