The 'Moonlight Cabin' Focuses on Spatial Efficiency

By: Gurveer Brah - Sep 2, 2015
References: jcba.au & whitezine
This minimalist vacation cabin was designed with an emphasis on spatial efficiency. While there is a cultural value placed on abundance and extravagance, one architect demonstrates how to use a small space effectively.

Jackson Burrows Architect's created the 'Moonlight Cabin,' a modest shelter that isn't impressive in size, but has beautiful surroundings. Looking out over the Victorian ocean, this space is a testament to minimalistic design. In his description of the piece, the architect described wanting to push the architectural boundaries of small homes -- conventionally there are limitations, but the architects used this project as an opportunity to show what is truly necessary in a living space.

Using reduced energy and only occupying 60 square meters of land, this minimalist vacation cabin exemplifies efficiency and adaptability.