The aim of contemporary home builders has certainly become more definitive in recent years. For most, the advent of unobtrusive, prefabricated living spaces was a blessing in disguise, allowing for the creation of small, environmentally-friendly homes that went big on style, while cutting back on the archaic design principles of old. Now, Woonpioniers has introduced the Indigo — a functional cabin that places an emphasis on simplistic structure, design, and living.
Indigo arrives as a collection of prefabricated homes that can bet tailored and customized, depending on an individual’s tastes, needs, and style — a lot like camper trailers, but a bit more permanent. At its core, the dwelling is an 861-square-foot unit with a plethora of attractive traits, including an open-ended design that allows for excessive amounts of natural lighting, fully-glazed walls, and compartmentalized living areas that make the cabin feel larger than it actually is. Aside from the structures’s attractive aesthetic and high ceiling, denizens are treated to a spectacular loft-style setup that houses storage areas within a set of small steps, a full kitchenette, and bathroom, and an energy-efficient interior that makes use of various biomaterials to keep it both sustainable and strong.