Think they’re impractical? Here’s why you’re wrong.

Two tiny triangular houses in Norway have sparked fierce debate on Reddit. The ‘Pan Treetop Cabins’ are named after the Greek god of forests and meadows and draw inspiration from the Moomins’ magical homes in the work of Tove Jansson.

The homes themselves are fitted compactly into A-frame cabins, clad in black oxidised zinc and steel. These are perched, seemingly precariously, on spindly stilts. Visitors access the cabins via free-standing spiral staircases and elevated walkways. The lofty abodes were designed by architect Espen Surnevik and are located in Gjesåssjøen, Norway. Take a video tour below.

Source: Tiny Moomin-inspired houses ignite big design debate | Creative Bloq

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