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False Bay Writer’s Cabin by Olson Kundig Architects  Oslon Kundig Architects – get used to this name, because you’ll be seeing more of it during the course of this article. Why? Because Tom Kundig is the undisputed king of cabins in the woods. His firm’s expertise combine refined, modern detailing with rugged, reclaimed materials to spectacular effect, and the writer’s cabin at False Bay on San Juan Island is a perfect example. The timber deck on three sides folds up using one of Kundig’s…

Project: False Bay Writer’s Cabin Location: San Juan Islands, Washington Architect: Olson Kundig Architects

Summer Vacation In A Tiny Cabin – A Must-Try Experience

Summer Vacation In A Tiny Cabin – A Must-Try Experience

Inspiring Writer’s Cabin on San Juan Islands

Inspiring Writer's Cabin on San Juan Islands

False Bay Writers Cabin - Being a writer as a living can be hard, especially if that person works from home, but the False Bay Writer’s Cabin provides an easy solution.

These student-designed cabins for Outward Bound are rustic and awesome Univ of Colorado Outward Bound cabins 10 – Inhabitat - Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building

These student-designed cabins for Outward Bound are rustic and awesome

Sneeoosh / zeroplus

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I found it! The Answer! Rolling Huts! // Rolling Huts was one of three projects by ASKA Architects to win at the AIA Seattle Awards a couple of weeks ago. Located at Mazama in Washington State, the six huts serve as guest accommodation for friends of architect Tom Kundig, who has his Delta Shelter weekend retreat in the valley nearby. The cabins have wheels to get round local planning laws forbidding permanent structures. (uploaded by reVetro)

[ shipping container home ] rolling huts + wheels to get round local planning laws forbidding permanent structures

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