Deek just emailed me about this micro cabin ‘study pod’ that he just finished for an NYU professor who plans on using it in his property in New Jersey so I wanted to share it with you here.
It’s a peaceful place where he can grade papers and read. And it completely opens up to nature. On top of that, Deek used recycled materials that he saved from other projects over the years on the back wall that you can see in the photo below.
And the flooring was reclaimed from a 100-year-old home! The roof is built using polycarbonate roofing called Tuftex. The micro cabin on wheels is just 4’6″ x 7′ and about 5’6″ tall.
Deek Builds Micro Cabin Study Pod for Professor
Image © Derek Diedricksen
That makes for a pretty awesome micro office in the woods, doesn’t it?
I encourage you to learn more about it and watch the video tour below w/ Deek:
Video: NYU Professor’s $1600 Micro Cabin Study Pod
- Original article (w/ more pics) over at Deek’s blog RelaxShacks.com
- Tuftex (polycarbonate roofing and clear siding)
- And Deek’s Upcoming How to Build a Treehouse Workshop (2 spots left)
- Deek’s book Humble Homes Simple Shacks only $11.30 on Amazon
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