'The Rolling Huts' designed by Tom Kunig; a Seattle-based architect, are a modern camping alternative. The huts are a group of six modern tiny homes that give guests the privacy of camping, plus the comfort of a hotel with incredible scenic views. Each hut is a steel box; roughly 200 square feet, that sits on top of a wooden and steel platform, giving them the appearance that they are hovering. With an additional 240 square feet of deck space, these cabins promote outdoor living. Featuring luxury platform beds, full kitchenettes, portable toilet and wood-burning fireplaces, these tiny spaces are practical and luxurious.
Keeping the huts safe from weather are sleek double-paned sliding glass doors, as well as a panel roof made to withstand all types of storms.
Each hut is approximately $145 per night for two people, making these huts a practical modern camping alternative.
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The Small-Space 'Rolling Huts' are a Modern Camping Alternative
- By: Madison MackayJan 15, 2018