This entire micro home including the deck is just 90 square feet. If you only include the interior, it measures just 50 square feet. This is just a bit beyond a tiny house, isn’t it? I’d definitely consider it ‘micro’.
Good news is that in many areas this would just be a simple backyard shed or accessory structure meaning there’d be a chance you won’t need a permit to build something similar. On this one, there’s a downstairs area and upstairs loft both with wonderful views through the large window. Surrounded by nature, forest and wilderness, you can relax in peace, write, or just take a nap. It can even work as an efficient, inexpensive, and handy guest suite for when you have visitors.
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Shed-style Micro Cabin with Deck
Photo Credit Robin Falck
Notice how the window is angled to bring in light and provide great views of the landscape and the sky at night. The lower half is the living area and the upper half is the sleeping loft.
In total, you’ve got some storage, a deck, a bedroom, and a little living room. That it! What would you say, that’s.. 15 minutes to clean entirely?
Walk inside the little cabin and you’ll find a comfortable lounge area to hang out in (see below).
If you look hard enough below, you can tell that there’s a lake view from the bedroom (see below).
Photo Credits Robin Falck
The owner of the home, Robin Falck, designed it small enough so that he can avoid building permits in Finland which in that area means a structure less than either 96 or 128 square feet depending on where you end up building.
According to Robin, he was able to build the house in less than two weeks for less than $10,500.
He did it with the help of some local architects and completed the majority of the labor himself. The micro-home nicknamed “Nido” has been seen on popular websites such as Gizmag, Jets on Green, Core 77, Adventure Journal, Tree Hugger, Design Milk. I think it’s a beautiful and simple design that appeals to lots of people right now, don’t you think?
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