This Prefab Cabin Has A Lot To Offer, Despite Its Size!
The Cabin on the Border is situated between Turkey and Greece is an off-grid tiny home which offers a place for guests to just get away from it all and take in the beautiful scenery. It may not have power which would cater to guests who wish to experience and reconnect with nature. It makes for the perfect off-grid retreat for some peace and quiet.
The shelter features walls that can be opened up with the use of pulleys allowing for a breath of fresh air to breeze through the cabin and for some natural light to flood in for a warm and cozy feel; wide windows allow for picture-perfect views of the outside if guests wish to keep the walls closed. Though only about 194 square feet, the lofts where the beds allow for additional living space.
“On a warm rainy afternoon, the polycarbonate window becomes a canopy to lie under and watch the sky over the plywood facade that becomes a terrace,” said the architects. “On a stormy night, both the window and the facade are shut down, then the cabin becomes like a sailboat in the ocean.” The bed can also be used as a bench for dining at a table which folds down from the wall. Large sliding drawers integrated beneath the platform provide useful storage.
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