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This Small Cabin Was Elevated To Be Among The Treetops

September 16, 2022

A small cabin is elevated among the trees and is accessed via an enclosed spiral staircase and a bridge.

Designed and built by two brothers from Repère Boréal, along with the help of an architect, the UHU is a small cabin that sits on stilts allowing for a view of the Saint-Laurence River in Canada.

A small cabin is elevated among the trees and is accessed via an enclosed spiral staircase and a bridge.

The cabin, which sits 40 feet (12m) from the ground, is accessed via an enclosed spiral staircase and a 20-foot (6m) bridge.

A small cabin is elevated and accessed via an enclosed spiral staircase and a bridge.

Stepping inside the cabin and there’s a full wall of windows that follow the angle of the roofline, flooding the interior with natural light.

A small cabin with a queen bed, a toilet, a glass enclosed shower, a heated floor, an integrated sound system, and a fully equipped kitchen.

There’s also a queen bed, a toilet, a glass-enclosed shower, a heated floor, an integrated sound system, and a fully equipped kitchen.

A small cabin with a glass enclosed shower.
The small bathroom of a tiny cabin.

To learn more, take a tour of this tiny house by watching a video from the YouTube channel Exploring Alternatives as they take look around and talk to the designer.

Source: Contemporist

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