Skyward Cabin in Canada features a glass roof and wall for stargazing or watching storms roll in from the comfort of the cozy bed. This 80 square foot off-grid cabin is made of glass and timber so guests can immerse themselves in the surrounding forest and sleep under the stars at night. Guests can open up the large bifold front doors and a hatch over the bed to expose themselves to the elements to completely connect with nature or they can tuck themselves away and simply enjoy the view.
Situated on 75 acres of forest, the cabin is part of The Edward bed and breakfast accommodation in Prince Edward County and was designed and built by co-owner Payam Shalchian. Despite the cabin being completely isolated from the rest of the dwellings on the property, guests are still provided with the full bed and breakfast experience. Doesn’t that sound amazing!
– 100% Solar power
– Composting toilet
– Fire pit or wood stove for cooking
– No heating or cooling is used
– Constructed from locally sourced Canadian red cedar
Nadine is the founder and editor of Eco Edition and founder of the Eco Edition Design School. She’s an experienced interior designer, sustainable materials consultant, speaker and serial home renovator.
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