It’s just large enough for one or two people. But they can be stacked or arranged to create larger communities.
It’s approximately 8.73′ by 8.73′ by 8.73′. So that’s about 75-square-feet. Pretty tiny, right?
Much like all of the structures that we feature, it can be used as a guest house, a place to work in, student housing, or even a vacation cabin.
Photos Credits Micro Compact Home
One of the models were recently flown into the already prepared building site and assembled in just 4 minutes and 9 seconds, according to Gizmag.
The design includes plenty of porch space so you can enjoy the outdoors from home.
Everything is kept clean and hidden using sleek drawers and compartments.
Above you can see on of the transforming features of the cabin which allows you to convert from table and chairs and then back to a bed. Both with amazing views thanks to the large window placement.
Plenty of vertical storage compartments and notice the clear door. It’s sort of like a high end Westfalia cube house.
Here are a couple of shots outfitted with solar panels.
Micro Compact Home: http://www.microcompacthome.com/company/
Horden Cherry Lee Architects: http://www.hcla.co.uk/
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