Most likely you have your eye on a minor patch of land somewhere. If only a lightweight, reasonably cheap cabin that does not involve a foundation, in most cases, could be shipped there easily, you could have a desire setup. In particular if that cabin was a marvel of expandability, equipped to open and shut at will to let in, or shut out, the components as you see match. Which is the thought at the rear of the Anna cabin. Created by Dutch architect Caspar Schols, the Anna cabin can be flat-packed and transported fairly substantially everywhere in the world, with a base cost all around $100,000.
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