The conceptual 'A Forest For Rest' cabin is a flexible prefab architectural design that's focused on providing impressive accommodations for inhabitants when looking to comfortable reside in a more rural location. The tiny house measures in at 19.3-square meters and is listed with a series of timber slats that encompass the open-concept living space within. The house is focused on customization with a design that can be paired with components like a green roof, solar panels, rainwater reuse system and more.
The conceptual 'A Forest For Rest' cabin is the design work of Jorge Cobo and is the winner of the Volume Zero 2020 Tiny House Architecture competition for its truly ethereal approach to home aesthetics.
The 'A Forest For Rest' Cabin by Jorge Cobo is Ethereal
1. Sustainable Prefab Architecture - The 'A Forest For Rest' cabin showcases the potential for sustainable and flexible prefab architectural designs.
2. Home Customization - The modular design of the 'A Forest For Rest' cabin provides opportunities for customized housing solutions.
3. Green Technologies for Rural Living - The 'A Forest For Rest' cabin can be paired with green components like solar panels and rainwater reuse systems, highlighting the need for environmentally conscientious living in rural areas.
1. Prefab Housing - Prefab housing manufacturers can explore more sustainable and customizable designs like the 'A Forest For Rest' cabin.
2. Green Technology - Companies providing green technologies like solar panels and rainwater reuse systems can collaborate with prefab housing manufacturers to provide eco-friendly products for rural living.
3. Rural Tourism - The 'A Forest For Rest' cabin, with its unique and customizable design, presents an opportunity for the development of rural tourism industry with a focus on sustainable living.