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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