Miners Refuge by Johnston Architects

January 11th, 2011

The Miner’s Refuge a house by Johnston Architects, sits at the base of a hill just out of Mazama, Washington. The house serves as a weekend retreat for it’s owners. Their goals were to have a smart yet simple home that was less than 1,900 square feet. It also needed to be sharable between two families and have extra room for guests.

With some of these architecture finds, I keep the focus on the architecture and sometimes forget about the great photographers behind these shots. Although the case is usually just not knowing whom the photographer is. However, the photos here were taken by friend and fellow photographer, Will Austin. Check more of his work out on his website.

Via Arch Daily

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