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This is a 191 sq. ft. modern cabin designed by Olson Kundig. It’s located off the coast of Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada.

You’ll notice a large weathered steel clad panel door that slides across the window wall to secure the space. This also serves as a privacy wall for the outdoor shower.

The single room studio floor plan features wood-finished surfaces that help make it feel like a cozy sanctuary. Inside you’ll find a wood stove, bed, kitchenette, and a toilet. “The cabin is so small you have to go outside—that’s the point,” says Tom Kundig.

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191 Sq. Ft. Modern Cabin with Steel Clad Sliding Door

191 Sq. Ft. Modern Cabin with Steel Clad Sliding Door

Images © Tim Bies Photography/Olson Kundig

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These 200 sq. ft. tiny cabins are the perfect getaway. But if you’re like me, it can also be a great place to live simply in full time. Each unit has 200 sq. ft. of interior space and 240 sq. ft. of deck space outside.

Inside you’ve got your living room, bedroom and kitchenette. And outside you can hang out and- of course- use the bathroom which is on the porch.

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