This prefab cabin from Istanbul-based SO? features a unique pulley system that allows residents to close up shop at night and let in fresh air after the sun rises. The side slat folds up and down with a few pulls, revealing a large window that does the same and lets you decide whether you want a breeze blowing through the structure or not. Made from plywood, the less-than-200-square-feet building rests in Edirne, Turkey, a city close to the border of Bulgaria. Inside you’ll find two beds, a wood-burning stove to provide heat during the colder months, and a small table that folds down from the wall. The real highlight of this off-the-grid cabin is how adaptable it is to a changing forecast, as everything can close up when a storm rolls through, a canopy can open when it’s a slight drizzle, and the large window can go up when it’s a perfectly sunny and warm day. Toss this thing up on Airbnb and we’re booking a week.