Igloo Satellite Cabin Modular Home Design Is Sarah Palin Approved

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You don't need to meticulously memorize any talking points to see the beauty and functionality in these Igloo Satellite Cabins. Designed to protect you from the worst that Earth has to offer, these little huts are Eskimo-inspired and completely customizable. Like an IKEA store in the Arctic, you can also add in modular interior and exterior design packages to give the 3 meter interior space that personal touch. Better still, get some friends and create a fort, as you'll see in some design plans below.

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And, not to beat a dead horse here after that obvious page view grabbing headline, but here's the ad banner that Materialicious served up with the igloo post:

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Sarah Palin approved, indeed! [Materialicious]

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Back in the early 80's they built something like this as a low cost (10k) as alternative house and to help the homeless. It was a great design, very small, and durable. It had the potential to end the homeless problem, but for some reason it went nowhere. I read about this in Pop Sci back in the day but can't find any reference to it on teh web. Does anyone else remember it? It was made from fiberglass, and they said the interiour was inspired by the space saving ideas on sailboats and yachts...

I'd like to see something like this brought back. There are millions of people who pay rent every month but can't afford their own "house". Most renters will spend enough to buy several homes over the course of their lives, yet wind up with nothing to show for all that money. It's worse than wrong, it's stupid.