Tiny House Summer Camp 4

Sunday, July 14, 2013

A transforming micro-cabin "Lit Up At Night" Part 1

Here's a few more shots of that cabin I built and designed, called "The Cub". Once complete I'll eventually have a video tour of it, perhaps a plan set available online, and Kent Griswold of Tinyhouseblog.com will debut its lengthy photo set as well.



Anyway, here are those shots.....at night, showing how the front translucent Tuftex wall "lights up", while still maintaining some privacy (outlines don't appear clear unless you're right against the panel). Walls like this are also easy to erect, inexpensive, and durable.

 This shot was taken with an "underwater effect", giving it a false amber glow....


You might/might not be able to see the "creepy" silouetted tree line behind the cabin in this shot, depending on your computer monitor settings....

 There's no gap near the door, it was left ajar so as to feed an extension cord into the cabin for the work light

-Derek "Deek" Diedricksen


1 comment:

  1. I've been looking at these panels for an additional closed in area on my own shack (that I've lived in going on 12 years). LOTS less expensive than some other sheets of translucent material!

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