Robin Falck got the idea to built a cabin/small house that would be small enough to be built without the need of a permit. So Robin started daydreaming about different possibilities and desiged and planned the house. He contacted a couple of architects who helped him with some of the more technical stuff.
Then the construction began.
Robin had already chosen the place and had it in mind when designing the cabin. On june the 5th he started the construction and 2 weeks later the only thing missing where the window and door which arrived a couple weeks later.
It is 96 sq. ft. and has a 50 sq. ft. loft where I have my bed and store my clothes. I call my house “Nido” which loosely translated into Italian means “Birds nest.” The house sits on the lakeshore and views of the lake can be seen from both the bottom floor and the loft.
The bottom floor is pretty much a lounge/living room where I lay back and enjoy the starlight along with some smooth jazz. The house is designed to maximize the allowed 96 sq. ft., acoustics and to bring in as much as possible of the natural light and nature during the night as during the day.
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