Finnish designer Robin Falck has built a tiny house for himself to practice one of his favorite activities – to organize hikes in the forest, enjoying Scandinavian nature. The designer named his modest dwelling Nido, which in Italian means “bird’s nest”.
The small size of the building is due to the housing laws of Finland, where you have the right to build a small house of less than 30-40 square meters without special permission.
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After a three-month project, Robin Falck completed work on his summer cottage, using only local and recycled materials. Construction took only two weeks, and the architect estimates the cost at about $ 10,500 (not including his own labor).
A huge window, set in a sloping wall, fills the interior with plenty of natural light, allowing the owner to enjoy the night starry sky.
On the ground floor there is a living room with a micro kitchen, and in the attic space there is a double bed and storage space.
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