DROP Structures is a Canadian company that manufactures hassle-free cabins. These cabins can be set up by customers in any location in a flash. Especially the ‘Mono’, a tiny cabin which is prefabricated– it can be ready in 4 hours, and completely runs on electricity.
Although the structure is just 106 square feet and appears to be very minimalistic, it is the brainchild of years and years of technology and engineering. This structure cost $24,500, and as the description reads, can be set up anywhere.
The cabin is built to be very tough and compact. The MONO cabins have a standing metal seam exterior, which is very resilient in most climates and extremely low-maintenance. Also, the interior has a tight envelope which is thermal, as a result of core insulation, which keeps a stable temperature in almost all climates.
The structure has two roofs, which attach to a wall, from the floor to the ceiling. This allows for most of the light to fall in, thus creating a fresh, warm environment. This also makes for a very seamless setting between the cabin and its surroundings.
The interior might seem sparse, but it provides everything you may need for a getaway from city life. Made from Baltic Birch Panels, it gives a very homely feel.
The greatest benefit of this structure is probably its versatility. Anything can be added to it- windows, skylight, lofts, murphy bed, you name it. They can also be off the grid when using solar panels.
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