Perched above the Victoria, Australia coastline is the Moonlight Cabin. Designed by Jackson Clements Burrows Architects, this isn’t your ordinary cabin. But like most cabins, the structure is designed to embrace nature and blend into the surrounding environment.
The “cabin” label is also fitting because it’s modest in size. At just 645 square feet, the home isn’t grandiose in scale, but provides inhabitants with everything they need and nothing more — albeit with a bit of modern style.
Wrapped in a spotted-gum rain screen, the structure is protected from the elements. The timber is also free to move amid the ever-changing climate conditions in this area. Despite it’s small size, the cabin is highly functional, providing a full kitchen, bathroom and utilities, within a compact space. Operable shutters enable cross ventilation and adaptability, lending both a stylish accent and a highly functional feature.