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135 Sq. Ft. Off-Grid Wave Eco Cabin by Eco Living

This is the 135 sq. ft. Off-Grid Wave Eco Cabin by Eco Living.

Inside, you’ll find a studio-style living area with a kitchenette.

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135 Sq. Ft. Off-Grid Wave Eco Cabin by Eco Living

135 Sq. Ft. Off-Grid Wave Eco Cabin by Eco Living

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Learn more: http://www.echoliving.co.uk/#!wave-cabin/c11jo

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  • gale December 4, 2015, 12:20 pm

    Very cute but needs a bathroom.

  • Deadrock December 4, 2015, 1:03 pm

    I see that these guys are the same designer/builders of that home located in Greece we recently saw posted here – the yoga teacher’s house with the separate bathing facilities and the angled design to accommodate a number of old olive trees that were already on the site. I visited their website to check out other models (with bathroom), discovered where they were located, and wondered if they could work outside of their native Scotland. Then I saw the Greek house was one of their projects, so apparently they do! I imagine shipping costs and/or having to send their people to work onsite in a foreign country must add a tremendous amount to the final cost of your little home, however, so I think I’ll just have to look at their designs for ideas and forego hiring them to build me something here in the U.S. They do lovely work, though!

  • Liz December 7, 2015, 4:48 pm

    This is only a partial home. Real homes, tiny or otherwise, have bathrooms and I don’t know anyone without a refrigerator. Kind of stupid.

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