Go small and go home!
The micro-cabin concept was originally designed to provide temporary shelter for homeless folks in our community. However, the panel construction offers a lot of opportunities for scaling and can function as a building block for larger structures. They may be small, but they’re built to last.
Right now we have three designs…
The Fred: The workhorse of our lineup. A 32 square foot, go anywhere, easy-to-assemble micro-cabin with a single fold down bed. It’s sturdy. It’s cozy. It’s warm. It makes Thoreau’s cabin look like a mansion.
The Ashley: It’s a step up from the Fred coming in at a whopping 48 square feet! The Ashley offers an additional section and bunk beds capable of sleeping anywhere from 2-4 people. (Not to mention a swanky little overhang over the front door!) We’re about to build the first Ashley, so we’ll have photos available soon!
The Aaron: We’re pulling out all the stops for this one. (Just as soon as we finish designing it) But we can tell you that it will come in at a massive 64 square feet!
Want more information? Give us a call or drop us an e-mail!
And finally, a GREAT BIG THANK YOU to eConstruct, Inc. for volunteering to create these drawings for us. If you get a chance, go visit them on Facebook!