• Micro Cabin by Robin Falck sports a footprint of just 96-square feet!


  • Living in tiny houses isn’t always a bad thing and designer Robin Falck proved just that with this beautiful residence he christened the “Micro Cabin” nicknamed “Nido”. In essence a micro home built by Falck to reside in after his military days, this 96-square-foot cabin sports a 0-square-foot loft space that works as a little bedroom and clothing area. Built mostly from recycled material, Falck managed to have this little home built in just $10,500 plus labour charges! In all, the result seems fabulous and overlooking a Finnish lake, living here seems to be a charm indeed.

    [Designmilk]

    Topics: Building Tags: on May 21, 2012
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