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The Porters’ vision when creating the cabin was to build an “unobtrusive abode that would blend with the local color”, with a simple interior that could be made with local materials.

The Porters’ vision when creating the cabin was to build an “unobtrusive abode that would blend with the local color”, with a simple interior that could be made with local materials.

Connecticut Barn  this would be a furnace in Texas, but still it has nice lines - and interior pictures

Connecticut Barn this would be a furnace in Texas, but still it has nice lines - and interior pictures

in situ studio - Chasen Residence

in situ studio - Chasen Residence

Winkelman Architecture | Portfolio | Maine Residential Architects specializing in custom homes, camps, cabins, cottages, boathouses

Winkelman Architecture | Portfolio | Maine Residential Architects specializing in custom homes, camps, cabins, cottages, boathouses

Pond House - Estes/Twombly Architects

Pond House - Estes/Twombly Architects

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Image result for hutkerarchitects split rock

Shepard and Davis

Shepard and Davis

Architecte : Patrick Ballester Maisons à ossature bois d’Action 2000 - France (30)

Architecte : Patrick Ballester Maisons à ossature bois d’Action 2000 - France (30)

This Tiny House Features a Genius Wall of Shutters You Can Open Wide - One of the biggest challenges with tiny house design is figuring out how you can maximize your privacy while still letting plenty of light into a small space. The last thing you want is a cramped structure without enough windows; this not only feels dark and confining, but doesn’t take advantage of integration with outdoor spaces; it is a missed opportunity.

This Tiny House Features a Genius Wall of Shutters You Can Open Wide - One of the biggest challenges with tiny house design is figuring out how you can maximize your privacy while still letting plenty of light into a small space. The last thing you want is a cramped structure without enough windows; this not only feels dark and confining, but doesn’t take advantage of integration with outdoor spaces; it is a missed opportunity.