With tiny homes gaining mainstream popularity, we’re now seeing the concept of these low-square-footage dwellings taken to new heights, with companies implementing more modern, Scandinavian aesthetics into their overall designs. And a wonderful example of this sleek design language being applied to tiny homes is Studio Edwards’ Base Cabin.
Built atop a tri-axle trailer, this mobile residence boasts a unique geometric shape that now only gives it an idiosyncratic outward appearance — an element further helped along by the outside of the building’s black rubber-cladding — but also allows for some incredibly interesting interior paneling and angles. Despite its relatively diminutive size, the structure still manages to cram in a plethora of basic living amenities including a kitchenette, living room, bathroom, and bedroom complete with queen-sized bed. Inspired by traditional A-frame cabins and vintage Airstream trailers, Studio Edwards’ angular take on an A-frame also packs generously-sized windows, several of which have accordion-style tracks so they can be entirely opened. For more information on the project, you can visit the design firm’s website linked below.