The Raven Loft

Dubbed the Raven Loft and perched among the trees of Pender Island in Canada, this tiny treehouse serves as a home for its builder, Geoff de Ruiter. Geoff, who is a graduate student of Northern British Columbia, sees it as a means of living a more sustainable lifestyle.” – Humble Homes

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Writer’s Retreat in Brazil

The building is composed of just 334 square feet (about 31 square meters) and, according to the architects, takes inspiration from the symbolism of caves: “The symbolism of the cave is very broad and diverse. It suggests shelter, self-knowledge, a return to basics, reflection, pregnancy, growth, freedom through thought and many other meanings.” – Humble Homes

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A Tiny Rock-Shaped Cabin in the Swiss Alps

The tiny cabin was commissioned during an artist residency at the Verbier 3D Foundation. Despite its outward appearance, the interior is a cozy, modern, habitable space. The inside has been finished entirely in light wood, with several pull-downs and fold-away items to form the different living areas.” – Humble Homes

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A Place Mork from Ork Would Feel at Home

While all of the Albang units are exactly the same shape, the color of the doors and the interior surfaces help to make each pod unique. Each unit measures approximately 74-square-feet (6.9-square-meters). From the floor plans, it looks to be enough space to comfortably sleep two people.” – Humble Homes

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Prefab Panels Allow for Easy Construction and Dismantling

Woody15 is a 17.5 square meter structure (188 square feet). It contains a single room with some lofted storage space… The cabin is composed of 29 cross-laminated timber (CLT) elements, which allow for easy construction and dismantling. The cross-laminated elements were produced by the company Massiv Lust, and have a maximum width of 1.2 meters (3.9 feet), allowing for ease of transportation.” – Humble Homes

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Tiny Writers Retreat in Asker, Norway

The cabins sharp geometric form is due to the unusual boundaries of the site, among other constraints like the terrain, and the location of underground pipework. The retreat contains 173 square feet of usable floor space and is divided up into two main sections: the outdoor space, and the indoor space.” – Humble Homes

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Vietnamese S-House Costs Just $4,000

The Vietnam firm Vo Tron Nghia Architects recently revealed a prototype home as part a project aimed at providing affordable, low-maintenance housing to combat the country’s current housing crisis… S-House is intended to serve as a permanent residence, not a temporary shelter, and can be built for less than $4,080 £2,500.” – Humble Homes

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Small Surfers Cabin in Chile

Set on a hillside in Navidad, Chile, this small cabin boasts amazing views of the Pacific Ocean. Dubbed the “2 Hermanos Cabin”, the building was designed by WMR Arquitectos on the behalf of two brothers who wanted an affordable surfing retreat close to the ocean.” – Humble Homes

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