Diamond Cabin is a Magnificent Combination of Geometry


Working on their project called Cabinland, Jacob Witzling and Sara Underwood are designing and building a creative collection of cabins in a Pacific Northwest rainforest. The creative duo has recently revealed their latest build, christened the Diamond Cabin. The cabin is a gorgeous, magnificent combination of geometry and fairy tales. The wooden structure of the cabin helps it blend in with the nature. Of course, combined with the mossy decor of the exterior it looks very natural. The shape of this cabin is one of the main feature that sets it apart from other cabins. It’s unique geometry is one of the first things to notice when you look at the cabin…

Life In The Woods With Diamond Cabin

With a footprint of just 93 square feet, the forest cabin is shaped like a hexagon with six-foot sides. The walls flare out at a 30-degree angle until they are four feet high, creating more space for counters and seating inside the cabin. Thus, we can tell that this cabin’s design is shaped not only for looks, but also for practicality. Even with a small footprint, the cabin is able to provide a space big enough for a comfortable life. This shows that some thought went into the architecture of the Diamond cabin!

The newly built Diamond Cabin is a radially planned, two-story off-the-grid oasis. The ground floor houses a snug living room with a stove and elegant furniture, and a ladder providing access to a 65-square-foot sleeping loft, 9 feet off the ground. Inside the cabin, modern comforts of home are available, including electricity, a gas stove, and a sink with cold running water. Doing all of these in the forest! What more would you need? You have all of these comforts and you are one with nature. This extraordinary cabin is truly a viable option to have some time off the city!



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