Pine Forest Cabin

August 17th, 2011

Two concrete walls cradle this cabin as it cantilevers over a hillside in Winthrop, Washington. The architects on the project, Balance Associates, designed it this way to minimize the impact on the surrounding land. The inner space of the cabin has a medium modern design that, to my taste, could be modernized even more. Regardless I would still live in it and I’d very much like to build my own—how much does it cost again?

Posted by on 08/17/11 in Architecture, Interior design

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  1. Peter says:

    I want this very much.

  2. MikeLondonCanada says:

    That is, without question, the coolest cottage I’ve ever seen.

  3. Corey says:

    Love the simplicity. Would like to know how hard it would be to raise the roof to add a loft above the bedroom/entry/bath area for kids? Also add a wrap around patio to the front? Do you have any pictures/diagrams of the crawl space below?

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