This couple works on movie sets, where Chloe serves as a stylist and Brandon as a carpenter. Typically the couple moves around a lot to take new jobs. So designing and building a portable tiny house on wheels made perfect sense for them.
Brandon said, “We could expand our job search to anywhere in North America, and we would never leave home again.”
Once they knew they would be building a tiny house they began collecting unwanted scraps from movie sets. And nine months and $10,000 later they built their amazing tiny home. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!
This is the Ufogel cabin. Some say it looks like a bird, and others say it looks like a spacecraft. Either way, it’s pretty unique and cool and I thought you may like it. Have you seen this modern tiny cabin called the Ufogel yet?
The Ufogel cabin is on stilts and offers 484-square-foot of living space. It’s really one of a kind, isn’t it? The tiny cabin is located in Austria and available as a vacation rental. How would you like to live or stay in a cabin like this?
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