This is the story of how these 190 sq. ft. tiny rolling hut cabins came to be in an old RV park in Methow Valley.
When Michal Friedrich bought an old farm-turned-RV-park in Washington State’s Methow Valley, he wanted to restore the flood-plane meadow while leaving it open to guests. He called on Seattle architect Tom Kundig, known for his mechanized homes often reliant on archaic pulleys, cranks and levers, to construct alternative mobile cabins (alternative RV park).1
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Tiny Rolling Hut Cabins in Washington’s Methow Valley
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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Rolling Tiny Cabins in the Mountains
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