I love small, sleek spaces. I was a big fan of the show ‘small spaces big style’ on HGTV. It featured small living spaces, typically under 1000 square feet that were well designed. This Danish micro cabin is my new passion and I picture my friends family and my family with a stretch of property and little über funky micro cabins.
Built overlooking a lake in Finland, this cabin, nicknamed “Nido,” was designed and built by Robin Falck to enjoy once out of the military. It took a while to design and Falck consulted with a couple of architects to get everything right, but the results are phenomenal.
Finland has regulations that restrict cabins and small houses from being larger than 96-128 square feet if they are being built without a permit. Falck was able to build a 96-square-foot cabin with a 50-square-foot loft space that houses the bed and stores clothing. Using mostly recycled materials, the entire cabin was built for around $10,500 plus the labor. Amazing!