An A-Frame That Fits In An A-Frame
A-frame homes have become increasingly popular among homeowners seeking a unique and affordable style of housing says Airdeed Homes Founder and CEO, Cory Weikel. These triangular-shaped cabins are not only aesthetically pleasing but also offer a comfortable and cozy living experience. And now you can own a lego A-frame.
LEGO has revealed their first LEGO Ideas set, a cozy A frame cabin for nature lovers and tiny-home advocates. This 2,082-piece set includes a cabin in fall style, set in the forest. It also has a removable roof that allows you to peek into the lives and rent it out on Airbnb.
The rural house contains a bedroom, well-stocked kitchen, living room, and even an office with a typewriter. The porch is surrounded with autumnal trees, as well as several woodland animals like birds, squirrels and even an otter. It’s so cute!
Meanwhile, the four minifigures are wearing cozy sweaters and engaging in outdoor activities such as hiking, canoeing, cooking, and singing around a campfire.
LEGO enthusiast Andrea Lattanzio conceived the A-frame cabin design and submitted it via LEGO Ideas. After more than 10,000 supporters supported the idea, LEGO approved the submission and it was made into production. An illustrated booklet will be included detailing Lattanzio’s creative process and interviews with LEGO designers.
This tiny version of the A-frame cabin is ideal for those who can’t afford one. For LEGO VIPs, the set will be available via Early Access on February 1, while it is available for purchase by the general public on February 4.