Mini Living Urban Cabin L.A.
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MINI LIVING Urban Cabin Los Angeles

The Mini Urban Cabin, the third Tiny Home in a series, built under the supervision of MINI LIVING in collaboration with Los Angeles architecture firm FreelandBuck. It is installed on the roof of ROW DTLA as part of the Los Angeles Design Festival, a citywide showcase being held June 7-10, 2018. 

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The airy entrance to the cabin. At right, a hanging garden. 

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The third Urban Cabin in a series of inhabitable temporary cabins is designed by MINI LIVING to create a global village themed around “Big Life, Small Footprint”.

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A view of downtown Los Angeles from the roof of the ROW DTLA. 

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The simple kitchenette, which shares a wall with the bathroom. 

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The simple kitchenette in the Mini Urban Cabin.

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Pegboard makes it easy to hang shelves and more.  

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The bathroom of the Mini Living Urban Cabin. 

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The bedroom doubles as a dining room with a fold out table, in the Mini Urban Cabin, the third 160-square-foot Tiny Home in a series.

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The bed in the Mini Urban Cabin slides out through opening walls.

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A ladder leads to a rooftop garden.

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The first Urban Cabin was unveiled at the London Design Festival. 

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The second Mini Living Urban Cabin was installed in the outdoor courtyard of A/D/O in Brooklyn, New York, in October, 2017.

 

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