Austin-based Sett Studio makes unique and inventive prefab studios ranging in size from about 97 to 192 square feet. The company pairs modern design with energy-efficient construction to create what can be used as a home office, art studio, yoga space, kids room, game room, or guest room. Plus, a Sett Studio can be had for about $20,000 – $30,000, depending on the model.
The model shown features an interior application of Monotread, which is milled with OSB made from fast-growing, sustainably-harvested wood. On the outside, the tiny studio can be finished with Hardie, charred wood, or stainless metal shingles.
Sett is built with SIPs and Energy Star windows. Upon signing the contract, construction takes about 45 days and installation is finished in a couple days. Transportation costs between $500-$3,000 depending on where the studio is being shipped. A permit may or may not be necessary, but if it is, Sett Studio can provide architectural drawings for an additional fee.
Credits: Sett Studio; noticed at Grassroots Modern.
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