Now here’s a tiny cabin with a twist that I wanted to show you. It’s best built on stilts so you can make the best of use of the fold out porch area.
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Fold Out Porch on Tiny Cabin
Photo Credit Roderick James Architect
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Interior View of the Tiny Cabin
The tiny home is named The Forrester’s Cabin. It was built in 1996 and has a 24’x12′ footprint.
Once it’s closed up it looks just like a shed. But once the porch platforms are dropped it reveals the beautiful home inside.
It has a double bed alcove inside with a kitchen, bathroom, and more.
Sketch of the Cabin with Flip Down Porch
Photo Credits Roderick James Architects
My first thoughts were, “this is an excellent way to go off grid in a stealthy way.” Do you agree? Would love to read your thoughts in the comments on how a design like this would be beneficial in an off-grid or even survival environment.
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