Tiny House in a Landscape

I discovered your blog a few months ago and have been lurking very consistently since. Like most, I love the Tiny House in a Landscape feature and thought I would pass on these. I was listening to my local classical music station yesterday and the host was talking about how Gustav Mahler’s wife built a “composing house” for her husband so that he could work in peace. I did an internet search and it turns out, he had THREE tiny composing houses, two in Austria (Maiernigg & Steinbach) and one in Italy (Toblach). -Erin Harrington

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Roland Fabiani’s Austrian Cabin

I discovered Roland Fabiani when he posted a picture on the Tiny House Blog facebook page. I contacted him and he shared a ton of pictures and blueprints with me. I have attempted to filter down the pictures to show you the build and the detail but I will let Roland tell you in his words his thoughts behind his cabin.

My name is Roland Fabiani, I´m a Italian Architect, born in Switzerland and living in Vienna (Austria).

I decided to build a tiny cabin to use as atelier in the summer. Nestled in a broad sunny basin, the atelier is located in the Italian Alps, near to the Austrian and Slovenian border and is a great place of spiritual regeneration and physical restoration ( eg enjoying long afternoon teas and watching the changing mountainscape). Continue reading