Tiny homes continue to carve their own swathe through the architectural world, and as such, there’s no shortage of options for buyers looking to make the move to a more compact living area. To bolster our selection, designer Caspar Schols has introduced his own versatile twist on the traditional wood-clad cabin.
Known as the “Anna Stay,” this unique model features an adaptable exterior that can slide in varying directions, illuminating its living area and exposing it to the outdoors. Overall, the cabin has four different configurations that its owner can take advantage of. The first, a traditional cabin layout, features an adjoined structure clad in handsomely-applied Larch fir. Inside, the home’s Douglas fir and Birch-finished interior is highlighted by a small living area, dining room, kitchen, and bedroom, kept cozy by its wood-burning stove. The second configuration features a manually-slid wall that opens up the center of the home to the surrounding environment. The third offers protection from the elements via a glass roof. And the fourth? The fourth boasts a “glazed enclosure” that provides a more immersive experience while enhancing the home’s weatherization properties. The versatile model is currently listed for sale at around $100,000, so head to the Cabin Anna website to learn more.
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