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Boom Goes The Dynamite!…er…Cabins (then again, I Hope Not!)- TWELVE CABINS of mine from 2009-2011
December 21, 2011, 11:41 am
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“The ALL 8’s” Cabin- designed, built, (and photo) by Derek “Deek” Diedricksen. Thanks to Dustin “Dr. Demolition” and Steve “Bulldoze” Sparaco for their help (BIG TIME!) with putting this together in Brooklyn, NY too! Photos of this, and MANY other cabins are in the NEW edition of “Humble Homes, Simple Shacks”.

     Here’s another sneak look at another cabin I built and designed recently- a mere 64 square feet, and completely prefabricated off site….we’ll have much more on it, and a video, later. This shot is from a warehouse in Brooklyn, and its my brother, Dustin, in the foreground. Aside from the FIVE cabins on my property right now, we just might have this one set-up and on display (heck, even available to stay in perhaps) for our next down-the-road hands-on tiny house/shelter building workshop- we’ll see (if not, we’ll probably have others by then). If interested in getting on the notification list for this workshop- contact me at kidcedar at gmail dot com. Thanks!

AS FOR THE TWELVE CABINS GALLERY- here’s the link! 
http://relaxshacks.blogspot.com/2011/05/photo-gallery-of-eight-of-my-bizarre.html

AND- Sketch #19 in our “SIXTY SHACK SKETCHES IN SIXTY DAYS” is coming soon!


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Looks pretty awesome. I need ideas for my future tiny house starting next spring, although I have a wife and kids. We're looking to go neo-techno-amish, have any ideas? Like 1890s meets 2012 shack?

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