This is a 360 degree rotating micro cabin in designed by Telmo Cadavez in Portugal.
From the outside, you’ll notice it’s a simple but beautifully built micro cabin with a large window that can be used for passive solar.
When you go inside, you’ll find a bare bones interior with multi-functional furniture that gives you a fold down table, seats, and a fold down bed.
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360 Degree Rotating Micro Cabin
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Its a rotary / cinematic tiny cabin, designed by myself and constructed with the help of my cousin and a carpenter our friend.
Totally ecological, made with pine wood, cork (for insulation) and black slate for cover (and also wood in the interiors).
Inspired in the old centenary shepard car pull by cows, I have re-adapted the design (to assimetric) and the function (the well transformed in rotary / cinematic movement).
Being able to rotate in 360 degrees (patented functionality), the cabin allows the guest to enjoy the desired landscape at any time, to optimize solar light and also to ensure a great interactivity with the user.
We took about 6 months to built it, only with draws of my own and hard intensive work with the carpenter and some steel work to for the rotary /cinematic system.
Eventually I have patented it in 2014 (national and international) so we are now making our way to produce it for commercial purposes.
Our big thanks to Telmo Cadavez for sharing!
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