Flat Pack Cowboy Cabin

Form & Forest Flat Pack Cabins

If you have ever dreamed of getting away to a contemporary piece of design your moment has arrived. Form & Forest have worked hard to bring stunning design together with prefab manufacturing techniques that allow you to build a cabin and enjoy it sooner.

Form & Forest offers a range of cabins that have been designed for how you live at the cabin, both inside and out. Generous indoor and outdoor living spaces group the eating, entertaining and relaxing together while offering seclusion for sleeping and quiet reading.

Cowboy 1

The generous decks and large windows are designed into the plans with the full expectation that you will be building your cabin in a pretty fantastic landscape. A Landscape whose vistas, trees and rocks should be appreciated and embraced.

You might be wondering what is a flat pack cabin exactly? Form & Forest builds prefabricated panelized walls and components based on architectural plans in their indoor manufacturing facility and deliver them to your job site.  These components are shipped flat along with siding, doors, windows, and roofing materials.

The Cowboy shown here is 635 square feet and the price for the kit is $68,100 excluding shipping and taxes. To learn more and see more designs and download a brochure, visit the Form & Forest website.

Cowboy 2

Cowboy 3

Floorplan

Floorplan

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Conrad - February 20, 2009 Reply

These are absolutely amazing houses–gorgeous and a perfect size! I’d love to live in one of these!

    Kent - February 20, 2009 Reply

    Hi Conrad – these are really neat and they are creating more designs, so stay tuned. This one is the smallest right now but if there is a demand I’m sure they will design other small ones too.

ThisTinyHouse - February 20, 2009 Reply

I wonder if the savings in shipping makes up for the fact that you have to assemble it yourself?

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