Parasites are rarely adorable, but this tiny little cabin in San Francisco certainly is.
The structure, which measures approximately W7 x D8 x H11 feet, takes on a 19th-century architectural style. Constructed from vintage building materials - it has a welded aluminum frame, with an exterior finished with 100 year-old reclaimed barn board from Ohio - the dwelling is meant to be an homage to the romantic spirit of the western myth and a commentary on the arrogance of westward expansion.
Sure it might not be lived in, but it does seem to be functional and could actually become someone's home at some point.
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