This set of plans include the exact measurements used to build the original Nido cabin designed by Robin Falck. These plans have been advised and improved based on the cabins 10 years of use but the shape and original design is still the same.
The Nido is a great cabin used as a tiny get-away or guesthouse. The lower floor offers a spacious room for lounging and cooking. The loft fits a large bed (eg. a 160cm wide) and fit's two adults with plenty of room.
It’s basic dimension is 2.8m wide and 4m long, and 3.8m high.
9 squaremeters is the first floor + the spacious loft for sleeping on the second floor.
All measurements in Millimeters (mm)
This is what’s included in the document:
A 14 page document including exact measurements of the cabin and it’s structure
How the structure is built and placement of structure beams
Detailed drawings of the stairs specific for the Nido
Specifications and drawings of the window and door unique for the Nido
Each section displayed seperetley and as a whole
Important information of what to consider when building one
If you choose to build your own Nido, please take in consideration local building regulations and rules, these may vary based on country and region.
Please note that these are simply the blueprints and that having one built or building one yourself is on your own responsibilty and risk. Please note the important technical detailes inclosed in these plans for a durable and safe structure. Any modifications made to the original plans is done under your own risk.