NYU Professor Builds Himself a Tiny Cabin Using Recycled and Salvaged Materials

Posted On Wed, December 17, 2014 By

Posted On Wed, December 17, 2014 By In Architecture, Getting Away, Green Design

Everyone can use a break from the city, even those college professors we can’t imagine having lives outside the classroom. Equipped with a dream and a newly-bought plot of land in New Jersey, one NYU educator hired Derek “Deek” Diedricksen of RelaxShacks.com to build a tiny cabin perfect for grading papers and relaxation. The micro-pod was constructed on wheels and made almost entirely out of salvaged and recycled materials. The damage? Just $400! Learn more about this awesome study cabin over at Inhabitat.

TO THE WOODLAND CABIN WE GO…

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