A tiny cabin – flat-pack designed – for use as a weekend retreat or private workstation has been created by Hungarian design studio, Hello Wood.
The tiny flat-packed home, known as Kabinka, draws inspiration from the tiny house movement, which advocates living simply and sustainably.
Available in four sizes (between 12-20 sqm), the compact small house can easily fit a kitchenette, desk, couch and stove. The modular homes can be delivered unfurnished or fully-equipped to individual customers or campsites and festival organisers.
Hello Wood said: “[The tiny house movement] offers a new way of relaxation, connects you with nature, while forgetting the frenzy of the urban cities. There’s a growing number of people who love silent retreats in nature and adventurous homes, who prefer intimate, off-grid places over hotels while travelling.
“While designing our newest product we focused on creating a compact yet versatile space which comes with an affordable price tag.”
Designed and constructed in Hungary, the flat-pack kit features industrial wall panels and a wooden frame. According to Hello Wood, the cabin can be equipped to be a functioning home through spring until fall.
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