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Tour a Prefab Tiny Home Clad in Colorful Wooden Panels

Photos by <a href="">Mauricio Carvajal</a> / Felipe Orvi
Photos by Mauricio Carvajal / Felipe Orvi

Clocking in at just 37 square meters (that's about 398 square feet), this cute prefabricated residence gets its good looks from timber-panel cladding in various natural hues. The prefab house, called VIMOB, is the work of Cali, Colombia-based firm Colectivo Creativo Arquitectos, and the design team aimed to create a modular prefab shelter that could be deployed on tough terrain for traditional construction or built in a hurry, if needed. Comprising interlocking modules, the VIMOB doesn't skimp on aesthetics, despite the primary goal of being an easy-to-assemble home. Pine ceilings and plywood walls inside give the clean-line, mod cabin a rugged, hand-crafted look, and sliding glass doors lead to a front porch and, in another section of the house, a little deck. Check it all out!

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