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Modern Tiny Writing Cabin Built in Client’s Backyard

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This modern backyard writer’s cabin was designed by Jarmund/Vigsnæs Architects because the client wanted a separate space to get away from the main house to focus on writing.

Inside you’ll notice a split level floor plan. The first floor is the main writing space with a glass desk and bookshelves built into a timber staircase. The upper level is a great space for relaxing and reading that overlooks the main workspace below. Notice the unique zig-zag rope that acts as a barrier between the staircase and loft areas.

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Modern Tiny Writing Cabin Built in Client’s Backyard

Modern Backyard Writer's Cabin Cottage

Images © Jonas Adolfsen

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Related: 312 Sq. Ft. Modern Prefab Tiny Studio

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Images © Jonas Adolfsen


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Andrea is a contributor for TinyHouseTalk.com and the Tiny House Newsletter! She has a passion for sharing tiny and small house stories and introducing you to new people, ideas, and homes.
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  • Alice Healy
    September 21, 2015, 9:38 pm

    Such a imaginative banister…Gives one a hand on or down, a little feeling of safety.

  • Annette
    September 22, 2015, 2:12 am

    How cool is this? Those great glass walls, all the wood, the stairs, and the rope railing make it feel to me like a treehouse or a boat, for some reason, although it’s clearly grounded.

    Love this site and all the interesting iterations of “tiny” portrayed here.

  • Lisa E.
    January 31, 2016, 5:46 am

    Where is this located? What state?

  • February 3, 2016, 10:49 pm

    The writer’s plexiglass/glass table looks out into a parking lot of some fashion. Look beyond the trees and you’ll see cars parked. Really? Not exactly what I’d envision for a good writing space.

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