Finnish designer Robin Falck came up with an interesting concept for a mini-retreat he planned on building – make it small enough so it doesn’t require any permit!
As a result, he designed a micro-cabin that is less than 96 square feet! Better still, after receiving architectural approval, Falck set out to build the entire structure by himself, opting to construct his new getaway on the Sipoo archipelago of Finland.
Surprisingly enough, the diminutive building has two storeys and includes a bathroom, kitchen and living-room, not to mention a lofted bedroom. One of the most notable design aspects is the massive wall window that almost takes up an entire side of the building.
Not only does this look visually striking but it helps to bathe the interior with natural light.
Falck even decided to construct and outdoor living area, fitting a small decking area just outside of the cabin that acts as an open-air space for lounging. As the cabin is surrounded by beautiful landscapes and wildlife, we can imagine it is perfect for unwinding and relaxing whether your indoors or outside!
The best part of the project? It only took two-weeks to complete and was done using recycled materials!