Ever wanted to invest in a cabin in the woods? Why buy one when you can build one that rotates?
Telmo Cadavez, a Portuguese builder, built his own minimalist, tiny cabin that can rotate. “One of the advantages of having a rotating home is being able to swivel one’s domicile to follow the sun, or perhaps to turn it away for more privacy,” Treehugger explains.
“The micro-cabin’s design is a cross between a tent and bungalow, and has a transformer-type interior that allows for a multitude of functions within its small 86-square-foot floor area. The large window on one side lets light in, and the desired view to fill the space.”
Watch the cabin in action below.
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