These Tiny Rooftop Cabins Could Be A Solution To Expensive Urban Living

These Tiny Rooftop Cabins Could Be A Solution To Expensive Urban Living
Design

A Berlin-based company is building modular, solar-powered cabins on top of city rooftops to appeal to the urban nomad

Laura Yan
  • 18 july 2016

A Berlin based team is trying to build miniature, sustainable homes on the city’s unused rooftops. Cabin Spacey‘s prototype, aptly named Model Zero, is just 20 square meters and can house two people using solar power. The timber mini-home consists of an outer shell and an interior component, which contains a bathroom, bed and kitchenette. The housing unit will have central A/C, furniture and heat, using a large solar set-up integrated into the floor. “

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