Tiny Prefab Cabins for California State Parks

In an effort to modernize the experience of staying overnight at California State Park cabins, the Parks Forward Commission invited architecture students from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, to design new cabins to be placed at campgrounds throughout the state… The Wedge [pictured here] is among the new cabin designs that will eventually be integrated into California State Parks.” – Dwell

Read more about these Modern Prefab Cabins for California State Parks at Dwell. I first spotted this at Small and Tiny Home Ideas.

2 thoughts on “Tiny Prefab Cabins for California State Parks”

  1. I don’t believe in mandatory vaccination; BUT, I don’t have a problem with discrimination on the basis of vaccination status.
    I am looking into starting a licensed home day care here in Washington State, and it’s my understanding that I am not allowed to discriminate, when accepting children into my care, on the basis of whether they have been vaccinated or not; and am not allowed to tell parents of other children that there is an unvaccinated child in their midst (even if the child is not identified – although I suppose in a small enough setting that could be a confidentiality issue).
    I guess I’m willing to allow state funded child care (and education systems) to do their thing but really wish private care providers could do ours as well, which would probably result in a migration by thoughtful, informed parents, to privately funded care settings (I’m sure at least partially the reason it’s not legal to discriminate on this basis).

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