A secluded little cabin in the woods brings to mind Henry David Thoreau living freely as he did in Walden, without society's bureaucratic restrictions.
This modern micro-cabin built beside a lake in Finland escapes the Finnish building regulations because of it's 96 square foot floor space.
Robin Falck, the owner, built it almost entirely with recycled materials.
You can see more about it here.
A man's home is his castle,
no matter how small...
Saturday, September 8, 2012
No Building Permits Required For This Tiny Cabin In Finland...
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It's all one window. Where is the bathroom?ReplyDelete
The bathroom is probably next to the bedroom or the laundry or the three car garage or the games room.Delete
Or maybe it's outside somewhere...