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Arched cabin

You have seen A-Frames, you have seen traditional box shaped cabins, but have you seen this? An arched cabin? It’s like an A-Frame but with more room. When I first saw one, it reminded me of the pictures I’ve seen of boats being turned upside down and turned into cabins. (link, link)

I would think these would be good in places with heavy snowfall, and places with lots of wind, I like the design being similar to the A-Frame but it gives you much more useable room, especially in the loft or upstairs area.

Here are some pictures and a couple of videos showing these wonderful cabins, contact info at the bottom

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You can learn more about these arched cabins here
http://archedcabins.com




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One Response to “The new shape in tiny homes, arched cabins”

  1. Alrod53

    Love this design, called the Gothic arch. Currently we are building the laminated trusses for our 26×55 off grid aquaculture greenhouse. the design boasts ability in shedding heavy snow loads and withstanding high winds

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