Even though the Wave Eco Cabin is designed for off-the-grid living, it demands to be seen. UK-based Echo Living designed the 17.4 by 10.5 foot miniature home to be as adaptable as those who own it. Extra rooms can be added with ease and the interior can be customized to feature all the amenities one could need. This sleek and sustainable cabin is a great way to get off the grid in style.
The cabin gets its name from the continuous sweep of the deck and roof, resembling a breaking wave engulfing the home. Solar panels energize the cabin with battery storage for the LED lighting and electrical sockets. A wood burning stove gives the modern contours a rustic flair and cooking facilities are powered by bottled gas. The space itself can be outfitted to feature a double bed, a shower room, and a compact kitchen for two.
Constructed by hand in Echo Living’s Scottish workshop, the cabin can be delivered wherever remote living is possible and ensures a low environmental impact. The Western Red Cedar exterior was chosen for its durability and the walls are comprised of Nordpan Spruce 3-ply CLT panels, sheep wool insulation, Bitroc sheathing board and a Solitex exterior membrane. The only question left to answer is: where would you take this eco-cabin to live out your remote living dreams?
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