Photographer Alla Ponomareva and her husband Garrett wanted a new guest house for their home near Missoula, Montana. Rather than commission a firm to build it for them, the pair rolled-up their sleeves and constructed a solar-powered A-frame cabin for roughly US$700.
They chose a design that they came across online, an 80 square feet A-frame, built by a construction company following the plans of one of the pioneers of the tiny house revolution Derek “Deek” Diedricksen.
DIY Project: Build Your Own A-Frame for $1,700 For just $1,700 Marco Tovar built an 80-square-foot A-frame with plans he purchased on the Internet. “I’ve always loved A-frames,” says Tovar. “Someday I want a full-size A-frame here, but my stage-one plan is to build a few tiny structures so that guests can have their own space.”
Tiny A-Frame Cabin Plans by Solarcabin: When I was a kid my Dad would take us fishing at this canal that ran past a KOA campground and they had the neatest little A Frame cabins to rent out to campers. I always loved seeing those A Frames and wanted to see inside and I would dream I lived…