SA lab has created a modular tiny cabin called FLEXSE. Located in St. Petersburg, Russia, this prototype serves as a small BBQ house. The FLEXSE houses are customizable inside and outside and can encompass from 10.5m² (113ft²) to 30.5m² (328ft²). Contact to SA lab to adapt FLEXSE to your needs.
The design maximizes the usable area, while keeping the minimal footprint and making it versatile for different functional scenarios. The first version of FLEXSE is used as a small BBQ house. Other functions available – a sauna, a guest house, a tiny house, if you decide to put it in a countryside. Otherwise the module can be located within the city limits and become a nice place for a small café, shop, or an office pod, if it is located inside an existing building.
The module can be assembled in parts on site and consists of 100% recyclable materials. The structure can be positioned on different foundations – concrete slab, metal piers, etc., which allows for placing it in the most remote areas, even on water. The module is customizable inside and outside – various types of finishing materials are available for choosing.
— SA lab
Photographs by Ekaterina Titenko
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