The promise of cabin living is that with a little land and some ingenuity we can have simpler times and more nature.

The roughly 160-square-foot modules, dubbed Mini House 2.0, were built in collaboration with Swedish manufacturer Sommarnöjen, and are delivered flat-packed.
The living room's double height makes the space seem larger that its actual size. Stairs leading up to the sleeping loft are placed next to the open fireplace. The plastered wall and the soapstone tiles on the floor add some roughness to the wooden interior.
Large sliding glass doors allow daylight to fill the living room. Smaller windows are placed in the kitchen area and the sleeping loft. The exterior is clad in heart pine which needs very little up-keep and is known for its strength and hardness.
Subtle features incorporated into the design, including an elevated terrace and jetty, help the home float above the island.
Cocoon9, based in New York City, takes a unique approach to prefab homes, offering a line of tiny modern homes with high-quality construction and finishes, smart technology, energy efficiencies, and versatile spaces that are ready for the modern market. Their models start at 160 square feet and go up to 480 square feet.
Woody35's distinct shape makes it stand out from its surroundings despite the modest size of the building.
The structures were designed by Cal State Polytechnic University, Pomona, students.
When they are eventually integrated into the parks, the cabins are meant to stand in groups of ten to 15.
Norwegian architect Marianne Borge.
The home’s east-west orientation picks up sunlight twice a day and makes the house blend seamlessly into the wooded background.
Wheelhaus Founder and CEO Jamie Mackay creates prefabs with the same quality and durability of the log cabins he grew up with, while incorporating his values of green production and modern design.
The compact, hardy cabins were designed to work in a variety of park settings, including the beach.
According to Remijnse, since the only direction they could build on the small site was up, they decided to add height with a gabled roof.
The cabin's living room area opens up to the surroundings. Walls and ceiling are clad in birch veneer while the floor is in solid birch.
The Independent Kasita is a model designed for individual placement and can be considered as an accessory dwelling unit.