This Tiny Studio Made of Reclaimed Wood Could Be Yours For $38K

Looking for a taste of the rustic life? This 96.8-square-foot tiny studio in Denmark is ready for a new owner.

Originally constructed 10 years ago as "movable piece of art," this minimalist tiny pavilion was designed by Danish architect Anders Hermansen. The raw timber interiors are made of wood reclaimed from construction projects in Copenhagen's South Harbor. The hut has one fixed wall and two walls made of double doors that swing outwards to open the structure to its surroundings. The fourth wall features an entry door and a large glass window.

The studio's supporting posts are made of reclaimed timber. Large double doors allow the interior to open fully to the outdoors.

The building is currently installed in a scenic location at Værløse Flyvestation near Denmark's largest film studio. The tiny structure could serve as a simple studio space, a mobile workstation, or even a gallery—and it could be all yours. The one-room pavilion is currently listed for 250,000 DKK (approximately $38,000). 

The rustic, unfinished timber interior has room for a good-sized workstation.

Built-in storage cabinets adorn the walls.

One wall features an entrance and a floor-to-ceiling window that provides a strong connection with the surrounding environment. 

The wall of glass will also prevent any feelings of claustrophobia. 

The pavilion measures 11.8' x 8.3' x 11.1' for a total of 96.8 square feet, and it can be transported via a flatbed truck. 

The Anders Hermansen-designed Pavilion is currently being listed for 250,000 DKK (approximately $38,000) by Adam Schnack. 

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