Istanbul-based SO? Architecture & Ideas recently installed this interesting little prefabricated cabin near the Turkish/Greek border. Configured to run off-the-grid, the aptly-named Cabin on the Border can also be opened up to the outside with a large operable wall section.
The Cabin on the Border has a total floorspace of 18 sq m (193 sq ft) and is raised slightly on stilts in a rural spot near Edirne, Turkey. It has a no-frills look with its plywood finish and polycarbonate windows.
The tiny dwelling sports a simple interior layout with a seating/sleeping area and two upstairs loft bedrooms accessed by ladder. A small bathroom, not pictured, includes a toilet, sink, and shower. Elsewhere lies a kitchenette and dining table.
A wood-burning stove provides heating duties and the cabin gets all its power from a roof-based solar panel array. A rainwater capture system is also installed.