The Cottage Too Petite for a Permit

Built By a 20-Year Old in Just Two Weeks!

 

Nestled in the woods on the beautiful Finnish island of Sipoo, you’ll find a tiny cabin built by a young man named Robin Falck.  He used mostly recycled materials in its construction, and yet it flaunts the elegance and grace as if it were all brand-spanking new.  Being so tiny in this case actually proved to be beneficial, as the construction did not require any permit.  The little chic abode costed him about $10,500 and after seeing these photos I’m sure you’ll see why we truly love his idea and concept behind this adorable cabin. 

 

Located in the beautiful Finnish archipelago of Sipoo, lies ‘Nido’, a small cabin built by twenty-two year old Robin Falck. Robin Falck had planned on building ‘Nido’, which means ‘birds nest’ in Italian, without a permit, so it only measures about nine square meters. By only leaving the essentials and stripping away anything unnecessary to living in the woods, the young industrial design student, managed to maximize the living space.

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