WORDS Michaela Stehr PHOTOS Adam Gibson, Andrew Wilson, Ella Lucy Photography VIDEO NEVER TOO SMALL via YouTube
Take a look inside a Tiny Cabin made from local materials and draws inspiration from the Tasmanian landscape in this short video by NEVER TOO SMALL.
This tailored pod also looks to Scandi design in its exterior and interior and is boasts breathtaking views with floor-to-ceiling glass offering vistas of the Frederick Henry Bay and the Southern Ocean and Mount Wellington/Kunanyi.
In the kitchen nook, a designer benchtop and the latest appliances make for an easy and quaint cooking space.
This 40-square metre architecturally designed home is compact, pared-back and allows Tasmania to be the star of the show. Owner Alice Hansen built the home with the intention of living in it but then decided to place the space on Airbnb to share the beautiful space with the public.
Tasmanian oak wraps around the exterior, using local and sustainable materials for the building, which was done through two parts that were joined together.
The intimate and cosy living room uses a fireplace as a focal point by a local blacksmith. The sleeping space is elevated with two windows to bring the view in, with a skylight for stargazing.