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Cubicco Cabana

For anyone living in hurricane prone areas of the U.S., a new prefab company is designing and building units just for you. Cubicco designs and builds various sized units that can be attached together to create a larger building, but the one that is attracting attention is the tiny Cabana concept, which is 8×12 and costs $17,000. The full package includes all materials such as insulation, finishes, roofing, steel support legs and lifting brackets and all screws, bolts and sealants. Optional packages like rainwater catchment and solar panels are extra.


Cubicco is a modular housing company with a focus on creating contemporary mixed communities designed around people’s health and well being. A Cubicco community is born from a profound respect for long term conservation of natural resources, energy-conscious building and pedestrian oriented urban design. Originally from the Netherlands, the company now has an office in Miami, FL.

All the Cubicco units (including the doors and windows) are designed to the 180 MPH High Velocity Hurricane Zone Florida Building Code. The pre-engineered, termite treated laminated beams are designed to withstand extreme natural conditions and are created in an assembly facility with a recycled, no-waste policy. The R-45 insulated panels are all made from recycled cellulose and the laminated beams come from FSC & PEFC Certified 15 year cycle forests. The units can be assembled anywhere in a few days and are engineered to be relocated.

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Photos by Cubicco

By Christina Nellemann for the [Tiny House Blog]


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anna - December 30, 2014 Reply

Very pretty, but it looks snakey.

    Barney - December 30, 2014 Reply

    What do you mean by “snakey”?

Barbara - January 2, 2015 Reply

Love the Cubicco! Is it just a bedroom or a complete tiny house. Would it be appropriate for California or too expensive to ship?

John - January 2, 2015 Reply

That is really nice…

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Diane Fatkin - January 9, 2021 Reply

Can I represent your company and sales? I will buy a model for my house.

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