Right now I want to share this micro cabin with you that’s suitable for all types of weather. Architect, Mats Theselius designed this Henry David Thoreau inspired micro cabin for Arvesund. They call it The Hermit’s Cabin.
As Thoreau once said, “I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life.”
With only 81 square feet to live in I believe you could truly embrace what Thoreau is saying here. Live deliberately with only the essentials of life.
This humble space is big enough for a peaceful getaway in the woods or used as a shed, writing cabin, backyard office or sauna.
Architect Designs Micro Cabin for Peaceful Getaway in Woods
Images © Arvesund
Images © Arvesund
- Arvesund (source)
- Mat Theselius (architect)
Related: Henry David Thoreau’s Tiny Cabin in the Woods
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how much is it to buy? I downloaded a catalogue but it doesnt have the prices.
Hi! What kind of wood stove is that? Can you use it for cooking and it doesn’t eat up your oxygen? Why did you choose this stove?
HMMM? I noticed on the floor plan at the foot of the bed. there is a box like thing , that is labeled with the letter “G” on it I wonder what it is and what the “G” stands for….
Minimalist but I bet the price is not. Cheaper to get an 12×16 shed built on your property and go Thoreau that way… but use a fireplace instead of a wood stove.