Backcountry Hut

Inspired by Ikea founder Ingvar Kamprad's credo of providing well-designed products for the masses, the Backcountry Hut is a modular flat-packed shelter that can be placed nearly anywhere. They use a wooden post-and-beam frame filled in with prefabricated panels and an easy-to-attach window system to help make it as simple to assemble as any furniture you'll find at the blue blue retailer. The standard model strikes a good balance between rustic and modern, and the layout is easily customizable in terms of both design and dimensions.

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    This is about as minimal as it gets. Designed by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, the Snow Peak Jyubako Camp Trailer is a refuge for the modern nomad. The portable shelter is made entirely out of raw plywood and comes completely bare on the inside, allowing for you to choose the function of each space as you desire. But don't let the basic facade fool you. Although if may look like a simple box while it's traveling, when parked, the widow and door panels fold down to create awnings, tables, and a deck for the exterior.

    Photos: Kengo Kuma and Associates

  • Ark Prefab Cabins

    Designed for use without a permanent foundation, Ark Prefab Cabins are turnkey getaways you can place anywhere you want. The sides of the distraction-free box fold open, merging the interior with the surrounding landscape, and the custom furniture is made from the same sustainable, durable wood as the walls, floor, and ceiling. In fact, everything is included with the purchase, from appliances to cooking utensils, meaning all you need to do is find some land, make a call, and point out where you want it to go.

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