Photography: Studio Edwards

The tiny home movement and trailers go hand-in-hand, but Base Cabin by Studio Edwards puts a sophisticated spin on this partnership with its minimalist design.

Mixing an Airstream trailer and A-frame cabin, it features a sloping roof and triangular windows. The sleeping space is tucked beneath the slanted ceiling, while the living space and kitchen open straight onto the outdoors. A fold-down table and window seat mean owners can make the most of the views, wherever they decide to park up.

The Melbourne-based practice has lined the interiors of the cabin with wood and clad the exterior in black rubber – which the practice says is to help blend with its surroundings. According to them, the structure is also more efficient, requiring less material than other portal framed buildings.

The mobile home might be cosy, but its light wood and sizable windows keep it from becoming claustrophobic. Base Cabin starts at $55,000.

Base Cabin is a minimalist tiny home you can tow
Photography: Studio Edwards
Base Cabin is a minimalist tiny home you can tow
Photography: Studio Edwards
Base Cabin is a minimalist tiny home you can tow
Photography: Studio Edwards

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