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Students Build Reclaimed Tiny Timber Cabin in Norway

This reclaimed tiny timber cabin was built with the help of students from Mexico and Norway in only 3 weeks time.


The community locals made it all possible by providing food, materials, tools, and labor to make it happen.

The architects who designed the structure are TYIN Tegnestue. The purpose of the structure is for people to enjoy the landscape and nature that surrounds it.

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Tiny Timber Cabin Built by Students


Video: Student Built Tiny Timber Cabin in Norway

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  • zenloki August 22, 2014, 3:54 pm

    its an interesting design and execution but I don’t understand why theres a trench under the boardwalk and cabin?

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