In case you couldn’t tell, we have quite an attraction to outstanding architecture. While we love the lavish and luxurious, we also enjoy the small, simple, and functional. Today we get a look at a modern design that is portable and prefab, offering a unique design for modern nomads. Today we get our first look at Bivvi Cabins.
Made for today’s nomads, Bivvi Cabins are a compact A-frame structure that is mounted on a trailer. This gives the tiny home mobility while providing minimal disruption to the terrain in which it is located. The shelter comes standard with tongue-and-groove cedar siding and a metal roof.
The 80-square-foot interior is lined with either pine or plywood, offering a warm and welcoming allure in the process. The inside is kept minimal, though incredibly functional. The 10-foot pitch and a triangular picture window bring the outdoors inside, flooding the interior with ample natural light in the process. In terms of power, Bivvi Cabins are equipped to plug in at a campsite, though the optional solar panel kit offers complete off-grid living.
Need an escape from reality? Well, here is your chance. Take a closer look at the Bivvi Cabins in the images and head over to Bivvi to find out more about the structures immediately. In the meantime, keep it locked with The Culture Curators for more modern architecture and contemporary design coming soon.
Photos via Bivvi