Gallery: Rustic Off-Grid Yeta Cabin Looks Like a Stack of Wood

We frequently find ourselves fawning over small, efficiently-designed spaces, but when these micro-spaces are able to successfully integrate low-impact design both inside and out, we can't help but be impressed by the level of architectural ingenuity at work. Designed by Lab Zero, the Yeta Log Cabin is a portable, multi-purpose dwelling that can be set up in any area to provide an extra bit of shelter. Not only does this compact space provide a place of refuge with a rustic aesthetic, but the interior of its small and sustainably-built frame doesn't skimp on the basic modern conveniences -- the Yeta comes complete with a kitchen, bathroom, shower, solar panels and more.

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1 Comment

  1. picasso December 29, 2010 at 3:23 pm

    these designs are ingeneous..amazing use of space

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