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Just like the name implies, this cabin design is for remote fishing and hunting camps where it is difficult to transport building materials.
My main goal has been to reduce the cost of housing, while also making the designs sustainable, easy to build and livable. All cabinets shown are standard sizes - 24" deep base cabinets, 12" deep uppers, except for the 24" deep cabinet above the refrigerator (not shown for clarity). Most designs consolidate the plumbing on one 2×6 plumbing wall to reduce plumbing runs and save on materials and labor.
Closets: Closets have been carefully placed between private and public spaces to buffer noise. This plan is offered with a free copy of Owen's popular Earthbag Building Guide e-book; see this page for more about this book.
If your comments consistently or intentionally make this community a less civil and enjoyable place to be, you and your comments will be excluded from it. The easiest way to cut costs is to build small, so almost every plan I design is less than 1,000 interior square feet. Years ago I was a National Kitchen and Bath Association certified designer, and have applied this training toward all of my projects.
Some use cement plaster, but it's best to use plaster that allows moisture vapor to pass through the wall.
A few designs have space for installation of radiant floor heat (another excellent choice).
We recommend buying the AutoCAD version if you plan to have a professional architect or engineer read or make changes to the plan.
For example, instead of buying a sofa and end tables, you could build these out of earthbags and earthen plaster.
I’ve bought plans from Andy before and he puts them in the mail very quickly and the plans are very high quality.