The French architecture studio A6A has recently designed and constructed a self-contained prefabricated micro cabin in Ustaritz, southwest of France. This 20 square-meter tiny home prototype incorporates everything you need for comfortable living, but the cabin isn’t a permanent structure. It’s made, in an off-site workshop, moved to location by a flatbed truck and installed thanks to a crane.
The cabin boasts a burnt Douglas fir shell with weather and bug protection.
The black exterior is reminiscent of the huts of local woodcutters.
A kitchenette with storage is in the heart of the home, encompassed by natural wood paneling.
The bunkbed style of the sleeping quarters allows more room in the living area.
The sleeping nooks are cozy and provide plenty of space for up to four people.
Floor to ceiling windows and doors offer natural light and views from the two bed areas.
The entire interior features Douglas fir panelling with contemporary elegance.
Floor to ceiling windows and doors complete the look.
The cabin is designed to minimize impact to the environment.