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The Cocoon Cabin represents the smallest of Cocoon9’s prefab designs, but it doesn’t skimp on style. In fact, the entire concept is built upon the idea that prefab/modular housing doesn’t have to be boring. The international design firm built an open and spacious prefab using environmentally-friendly materials like FSC certified bamboo, cerused oak, and insulated glass with thermally broken aluminum frames. Inside you’ll find a variety of furniture and design finishes that serve multiple purposes.

This 480-square foot Cocoon Cabin floor plan has functioned as a pool house and additional guest room at a private residence. Floor-to-ceiling doors open on both sides for pool and tennis court access. The roof garden feature allows the structure to blend into the surrounding landscape.



Some of the many cool features includes the fold away bed not only makes extra space when neatly tucked into the wall, but also swivels into a desk, and plenty of built-in storage surrounds the bed. Clean white walls contrast nicely with the warm oak floors. And huge floor to ceiling windows allow plenty of light to spill in and invite the surroundings inside, making the space feel larger than it actually is!











The pictures of the house are stunning to say the least! No bad for a guest house on property. 🙂


So what do you think? Would you live here? 🙂


Information Source: ArchFly, Cocoon9

Photo Source: Small House Swoon



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