The cabins will come clad in a metal shell and be offered in several sizes. The smallest will measure just 191 sq ft (17 sq m) and sleep up to four people. The largest will come in at a palatial 937 sq ft (87 sq m) and sleep up to 24 people.
Inside, the cabins will include a lounge, kitchen, dining area, bathroom, and one or more bedrooms, spread over two floors. They will also be offered in two main configurations: Backcountry, which will allow full off-grid use in rural areas, and Frontcountry, which will be erected in semi-rural or built-up areas and serve as full-time homes.
The firm envisions the Backcountry models as being relatively utilitarian and outfitted with bunk beds, while the Frontcountry models would be a little more plush, reflecting their use as full-time homes.