This is a tiny pyramid cabin in San Carlos de Bariloche, Rio Negro, Argentina.
When you go inside you’ll find a dining table, kitchenette, bathroom, downstairs bed, and an additional bed in the upstairs sleeping loft.
You can book a stay here using Airbnb if you’d like. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!
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Tiny Pyramid Cabin in Rio Negro, Argentina
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Goes to show that one can turn any configuration of space into a remarkable tiny home. It’s gorgeous, and I like the way there are lots of windows covered with canvas, so you get light but not heat. It’s very pretty! Yes, the stairs are a little skinny, but I imagine they are meant to be crawled up using hands and feet, rather than being ascended upright. You think? I don’t know…
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There used a website called pyramodule.com which had plans for a 11/2 story pyramid- cabin.But I don’t know if it still does exists.
I tried the pyramodule website a while back and it is no longer functional.
Lke, Like, Like. Beautiful, work of art. Upstairs for guests, dogs and I in bed beside stairs. Perfect.
What a cute little place!! They did a great job designing their home. I love all of the woodwork!! It’s just beautiful!! The stairs are awfully cute, but there is no way I could climb them, maybe if I was twenty years younger. They have an nice big bathroom cute shower curtain!! I love the little kitchenette it’s adorable!! I love the hanging beads near the doorway!! When I was a teenager I had hanging beads similar to theirs. It’s a nice touch to their place. Awesome place, Enjoy!! Carol Perry
This home is really neat. I love the shape of the windows and generally, everything is pretty cool. The steps would not work for me. I am vertical challenged and would definitely fall off.
Lots of wasted space for a tiny house. Pretty, but not very functional/livable for a permanent residence.
Beautifully done with everything it needs. This is so fun and interesting! I love the arched door, aother little detail that adds a lot of interest. Thank you for sharing this little gem. 🙂
Very nice Alex, thanks for sharing it with us. God bless and happy trails!
Interesting but again these steps for any reason would not be something I would try.
I think I’m in love… Wonderful golden light filling the interior. I liken this dwelling to a luxurious, permanent tent. Charming!
I like the Icelandic one much, much better. It looks like it is well constructed. I really couldn’t say the same about this place. It feels (from the pictures anyway) that one of the 3 little piggies could blow it away. No need for a big bad wolf.
Again, I agree with what the previous folks have said. A great retreat. What a clever stair concept — though at least one railing please — that or mattresses piled all around the base so you have a soft landing — LOL. I like the cute little kitchenette also — however I do envision a few bumped heads. The way they did the shower/little tub in the bath is very clever as well.