A 100-sq-ft Micro Cabin Built for $10,500 in Just 2 Weeks

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A 100-sq-ft Micro Cabin Built for $10,500 in Just 2 Weeks

A two-story tiny house designed to maximize natural light and encourage a life lived largely outside among the natural world

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