Micro Cluster Cabins by Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter

Jan 26, 2016

Category: Living

When building a cabin for an entire family, it can be difficult to find enough room within its walls to house the family comfortably. But, the Micro Cluster Cabins by Reiulf Ramstad solves that problem by providing separate structures that can be used individually.

It’s a cluster of three structures stuck together, bound by the outdoor area surrounding them and the living room, which sports massive floor to ceiling windows on two of its sides. The rear window gives a view of the rock formation behind the cabin, while the front provides a view of an open field. It comes complete with a kitchen and living room, with two bedrooms and two bathrooms in two of the structures. It’s an exercise in small living for a family, and it’s one that works well.

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