Casa Klotz Cabin in Chile

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

Every time we think we’ve seen the coolest cabins on the planet, another one hits our email inbox. If you told us we would fall in love with a box-shaped cabin, we probably wouldn’t believe you. Then again, we had yet to encounter the Casa Klotz.

Sure it may be nothing more than a giant box, but it’s absolutely stunning. The structure itself was developed and designed by Mathias Klotz back in 1991 for his mother, and is nestled in a rural area of Chile right near the beach. The home is constructed from wood that has been painted white, features 2 levels of living space, and a rear entrance ramp along with a front ramp that leads up to an awesome porch for catching some rays during the summer season.

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