Sheditecture: Vote for your favorite cabin design


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Minutes before the three cabins were to be unveiled, 17 exhausted architecture students in Woodbury University’s design-build program raced to finish like a construction crew awaiting a city inspector. Ladders were still propped against the structures. Tool belts and Skilsaws lay about. ‘They were drawing and redrawing until the end,’ said architect Jeanine Centuori, chairwoman of the undergraduate program.

As we reported earlier, the challenge had been daunting: Take the components of a hardware store shed kit and build a cabin that can sleep two, with light, ventilation and insulation. Read our full story on the process and click through a photo gallery of the finished projects, then tell us: Which team created the best cabin?


Vote! We’ll keep the poll open for a week and will share the results.


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