This glamping cube is an awesome tiny spot where you can get away from it all — or go and get some work done in peace and quiet! Located on a water-side campground, you’ll get the cube all to yourself, and there are shared bathroom and kitchen facilities on site.
The wood floors and walls feel cabin-cozy, but the metal accents give it a modern feel. There’s a loft bedroom, and the downstairs area has a couch and desk area so you can get things done.
You can book your stay over on Airbnb.
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This Glamping Cube in the Phillipines Looks Amazing!
This is a 75 square feet tiny cube house built within an office space!
From the outside, you can’t even tell it’s a home. So from a client’s perspective, it can very well be storage space or even just a private office, right?
When you go inside, you’ll find a bed, closet space, shelving, and a kitchenette. You’ll also find a secret bathroom with a toilet and sink and an outdoor garden/patio area hidden behind sliding walls.
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Tiny Cube House Built within Office Space to Use as Home
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This tiny cube house is a simple 10′ by 10′ structure.
At just 100-square-feet, it’s cleverly designed.
10×10 Tiny Cube House in France
These cube homes are portable because they can be transported using flatbed trucks and a forklift.
At just 100-square-feet, it still sleeps four thanks to the loft and sofa beds.
All the Features of Home in a Cube
The design includes areas for a kitchen with stove, sink and a fridge.
There’s also a bathroom with shower, a sitting area and plenty of storage and shelving space throughout.
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Tiny Houses as Vacation Rentals in Medieval Village
In this video tour, Kirsten Dirksen of Faircompanies.com take you to Caroline’s property in Carrés d’étoiles de la Paleine, France in the village of Puy-Notre-Dame.
Caroline has three of these cube houses that she is using as vacation rentals.
The cube homes cost about 30,900 euro which equates to about $40,000 in the United States.
The Slabtown is a cube tiny house that is 12′ by 12′ with a second level.
At a towering 12′ tall, there’s plenty of room in the loft for sleeping and storage.
The loft is designed to allow for a 19 gallon water heater and an RV style washer/dryer combo.
You gain access to the second story through a large custom made ladder.
There are plenty of windows throughout so there is plentiful natural lighting inside, including upstairs.
- Constructed on wooden skids
- 2×8 floor joists
- Steel hurricane tiles
- Metal roof
- 36″ entry door
- Bead board pine paneling on interior walls & ceiling
- 32″ shower
- Full size toilet
- 19 gallon water heater