Created by Estonian architect-inventor Jaanus Orgusaar, the NOA is a 25 sqm tiny house, a six-sided wooden cabin standing on about one meter high.
Inspired by Nomadic Cupola, the collapsible light construction based on the shape of rhombic dodecahedron, and clad with 4mm waterproof birch plywood. Its angular shape allows adding extra modules to extend the living space.
The inside walls are plastered and painted warm yellow, round fish-eye like windows give a great view to the outdoors.
NOA is an easily mountable sustainable living space, adaptable to a variety of landscapes and environments.
Photography by Terje Ugandi
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