Moonlight Cabin in Australia
The Moonlight Cabin by Jackson Clements Burrows Architects comes in at just 60 square meters, and it’s intended to be as small as possible while still being livable.
It’s a dwelling that overlooks the ocean on the shore of Victoria, Australia. It has a single open space that’s broken up by a kitchen island, floating fireplace, and partial walls. The timber is free to expand and contract with the temperature fluctuations brought about with the changing seasons, and it has its own rainwater collection, making it good for the planet. The exterior design is as simplistic as it gets, with a boxy look and no paint. The cabin makes for a quiet retreat, built for enjoying the finer things in life.