Wood Cabin Plans Aiko


Wood Cabin Plans Aiko

  • complete set of cabin plans + CAD set
  • construction progress + comments
  • complete material list + tool list
  • eBook How to build a tiny house included
  • DIY Furniture plans included
  • DIY building cost $16,800

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Wood Cabin Plans Aiko

Timber construction step by step guide

Wood Cabin Plans, Drawings

Complete set of small house plans (pdf): layouts, details, sections, elevations, material variants, windows, doors.


Complete material list + tool list

Complete set of material list + tool list. A very detailed description of everything you need to build your small house.

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Wood Cabin Plans Aiko is a unique one-bedroom plan solution for fans of wood cabins. Aiko is a three-room house with a loft, bathroom, and kitchen combined with a living room. The wood cabin also has a glass door to provide enough light and a beautiful view from your favorite sofa. Like most of our small house plans, Aiko is equipped with a water-saving system because we at Pinup Houses pride ourselves on designing energy-efficient small house plans. Although Aiko is a wood cabin plan and, like most of our cabin plans, is primarily designed as a vacation cabin, it can also be used for longer term stays, even for a living. This is due to its energy-efficient design and self-sufficient building intended for comfort and utility. All this can be yours within a few days. Building your own dream house has never been easier with our step-by-step guide. Order now and build your dream house!


Built-Up Area

215 sq. ft. / 20 m²

Total Floor Area

241 sq. ft. / 22,4 m2


16´-5" x 13´-1" / 5 x 4m

DIY Building cost



71 sq.ft / 6,6 m2


electronic, printed+electronic


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Hoke Hinson
4 years 3 months ago

Greetings, we are planning to build this cute little house in southern oregon.
Just wondering along with the other poster about how insulation could be used between those wunderbar rafters. Another thing is humidity transfer since there is no attic space to vent. Would one of those full house humidity venting systems used in the tiny house scene be something to consider? Also A/C
Installation. What would you suggest a mini split or one of those packaged units used on trailers which contain air handler & compressor in one boxed package ducted in thru wall at a chosen location
Thanx for you reply.

4 years 3 months ago

Hello Hoke,
you can use thermal insulation above the rafters in the roof area.
I recommend adding an openable skylight for natural ventilation.
For further questions please contact me by email joshua.woodsman@gmail.com.
Thank you!

6 years 4 months ago

hi did you have feedback from someone building aikido already? what thermal insulation does it need? how is it in winter?

6 years 3 months ago

not yet, Aiko is very new design. You can use mineral / hemp / wool thermal insulation.
In winter? Depends on the amount of thermal insulation and on the type of heating 🙂