This tiny triangular cabin named A45 is the first prototype designed by BIG for Klein. Constructed in Upstate New York, the cabin of 17m² (183ft²) includes an open-plan living and sleeping area with small cooktop, bath, and a lofted area.
A45 is assembled in modules on site and consists of 100% recyclable materials including the timber frame, wall modules, a subfloor and the triangular floor-to-ceiling window featuring seven glass pieces that allow natural daylight to illuminate the interiors. The structure is slightly elevated by four concrete piers to give optimal support and allow homeowners to place their tiny house in even the most remote areas without the use of heavy machinery.
Photographs by Matthew Carbone
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