A group of talented architecture students and practitioners from the Colorado Building Workshop have come up with an attractive micro cabin design, and have demonstrated them by constructing 14 units of said cabin near the town of Leadville in the state of Colorado.
This prefabricated micro cabins sit on top of special concrete piles and are surrounded by frames that allow for a handy outdoor space that is perfect for storing outdoor gear such as bicycles and kayaks. Moreover, the frame comes with a secondary roof that is capable of withstanding heavy winter snow.
Ultimately, these micro cabins show that small living doesn't have to come at the cost of quality of life, and more importantly that micro cabins can facilitate better engagement with an outdoorsy life.
These Micro Cabins Allow Ample Storage Room For Personal Outdoor Vehicles
Rahul Kalvapalle — April 14, 2016 — Art & Design
References: coloradobuildingworkshop & gizmag