The Nindo Micro-Cabin Makes a Great Shelter in the Woods

By: Michael Nieto - Published: • References: robinfalck & designtaxi
The 'Nindo' micro-cabin was crafted by a Finnish designer named Robin Falck. It's a newly designed cottage in the woods that has a small structure to fit a single persons needs. It can be perceived as a 'getaway cabin' where some people prefer to be isolated with nature at times. The term 'Nindo' means 'birds nest' in Italian, and this designer decided to keep things simple in nature.

It contains a small kitchen, lounge area and a loft bedroom on the second story all in one small compact cottage. This micro-cabin was built by its owner in just two weeks as a great place to relax and lounge at stressful times. There's even a wide patio deck for barbecue dining during those warm summer days. Stats for Minimalist Micro-Cabins Trending: This Year & Hot
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