Recently launched at this year’s Grand Designs Live event in London, this modular cabin has a unique style with plenty of floorspace.
The pictures of the cabin were taken indoors, and while not in its ‘live’ habitat, you can see the appeal this unit brings to the tiny home lineup.
Featuring wide windows and lots of exposed, unstained wood, the cabin quickly transports you to a futuristic – and minimalist – setting.
The front of the cabin is straight vertical, while the rear has gentle slopes at both the roof and ground level. A wood slat roof extends from up top all the way down the back exterior wall, and ‘wraps’ underneath the home to provide a generous front porch.
Here’s what the builders had to say about the WAVE home,
It has been designed to be extendable, either lengthways or widthways, and conforms to the planning regulations for caravans making it ideal as holiday accommodation.
And if the 5.3 m by 3.2 m floor plan isn’t enough for you, additional rooms can be added as needed.
The cabin’s name is inspired by its distinctive timber cladding and decking which curves over the building as a continuous roll.
Inlaid Baubuche solid beech flooring with walls and ceiling made of Nordpan spruce.
The modular designs allows you to use the space for many different activities, from a full-time home to a garden studio or glamping pod.
Here’s the interior from the other direction.
Solid beech floating kitchen cabinets feature drawers and cupboards, a sink, and cooktop.
A white hobbit stove sits on a stone hearth adjacent to the kitchen.
Echo Living, the designers of the WAVE cabin, design and build unique small buildings in their workshop in Scotland.
To see more photos of the WAVE cabin, visit the Echo Living website here.