A loft/industrial version of the cereal box house by Dadhoc.
Take and re-use any cardboard box, make holes on the right spot using the stencils and fix the doorbeam and windows using the brackets.
If the cardboard layer is to thick you can use some glue to hold the windows.
Use the stencils to pierce holes and cut openings for door and windows.
You can use one stencil for all the windows.
You should use support on the doorframe if you think the bridge on the suspensions shouldn't work on your printer.
I used layer height of 0.25 and a slow speed on the brackets (for the pins)