Koto Prefab Cabin

Sep 19, 2018

Category: Living

While some enjoy the city life or the suburbs, many of us feel more at home in nature. Attracted to the Nordic lifestyle, Johnathon and Zoe Little came up with the design of the Koto Prefab Cabins for those who want to reside within the natural world.

The blackened timber cabins feature a modern roof design with a slope leading to a sharp point, giving the home distinctive character. Taking a look inside, there’s timber flooring with digital underfloor heating, large windows to welcome natural light, a star gaze roof light, and a window bench to admire Mother Nature and center yourself. Thanks to the modular design, you can customize these prefab cabins as you see fit. The shelters can be built in various sizes from compact to family-size. Whether you want a weekend escape home, a writing cabin, a private lounge, or an intimate domain, the Northern Ireland company can build it for you. All cabins are capable of being relocated after installation.

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