the Raven Mini - 210 sq.ft.
The Raven Mini is a tiny version of the Raven Original cabin — and with a 108 square foot (10m²) footprint, it does not require building permits in most jurisdictions.*
With a 9 × 12 ground floor, windows everywhere and a skylight over its 12’ x 12’ loft space, there's a lot to love.
Build it as a backyard office, kids play fort, guest bunkie, or workshop; no matter what, it's bound to be the envy of the neighbourhood. Insulate it, put in a mini woodstove, and you can enjoy it year round.
Drawing set includes all four elevation views, two section views, plan views, framing details.
Added Bonus: included is a detail drawing of the Raven Original stair design, showing dimensions and required angles to work in the Mini.
Includes a list of required materials.
Immediate download PDF files: a download link is emailed to you, to securely load your purchased plans onto any device you’d like.
*Always consult your local regulations before deciding to build.
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The following is for informational purposes only.
How much your cabin will cost to build depends on where you build, who builds it, and your choices of finishing details (high-end, modest, or low-end). All of our designs offer flexibility during planning and during construction to use windows, doors, and interior & exterior finishes that suit your budget and preferences. In the US or Canada, per square foot costs for materials range between US$100 and $250, with professional labour another US$100 to $250 per square foot.
To get up-to-date, locally relevant pricing for the materials that will be required to build your cabin, take your set of plans, no matter where you purchased them, to a building materials supplier to receive a ‘materials takeoff’ and price for everything that they are able to supply. If you are building your cabin yourself, *this* amount, plus another 15% for contingency, is your ballpark cost to build, plus your time.
Complete and even more accurate building budget calculations can be made by a local, experienced builder who has considered all your unique requirements and the building site’s unique characteristics. It can be worth paying a small consultation fee to gain their real-life insights into building costs in your particular area.