It may not be exactly like the helpful tree dweller’s, but it could be interpreted as a modernised version of his slippery-slided home.
The Skit, as it is titled, is a housing concept by Dachi Papuashvili for one person.
“The building represents an insulated, reinforced construction, covered with wood. Its details will be manufactured before, giving the opportunity to build it without heavy technics on most landscapes. Skit is an energetically independent building, producing any needed energy on solar power, and accumulating rain water,” explains Dachi on the Behance portfolio.
The tiny house idea sells a cosy, self-sustained living arrangement with a shape that could be achieved with two shipping containers. The only deterrent is the need for a fit and able tenant that can climb up and down the internal ladders, but maybe Oakie Doke could lend a helping hand – as the song says just cross the dell and ring the bell, he’ll understand.
A wooden feel is omnipresent throughout the tower, giving a forest friend feel that will have you wearing a maple leaf poncho and acorn hat in no time.