ŠA Atelier’s glass-and-steel 019 Cabin offers a distinctly modernist take on tiny home living.
Thanks to its stilted construction, the prefab can be installed in most kinds of terrain, with minimal damage to the landscape. 019 Cabin is transported in four pieces which are then assembled on-site.
Inside the cabin’s sheet-metal frame is a surprisingly welcoming set of interiors – lined with plywood, and with space for a kitchen, bathroom, living room and bedroom. Full-length windows mean owners can lounge in bed and watch the sunrise, or head onto the home’s wooden terrace, shaded by the cabin’s butterfly-style roof.
The folded roof and also captures rainwater, boosting its eco-credentials.
According to Dezeen, the 019 Cabin – conceived initially as a one-off for the founder of furniture company Piritas – will now be available as a ‘made to order’ product directly from the studio. Price is available on application.