A stunning location, the property has views rivaling those of national parks. Our clients wanted to create a cabin that celebrated the surrounding landscape while making a minimal impact on the land. Living spaces were kept small with the intent that most activity would take place outdoors. A timber frame was employed to accommodate a short building season, allow use of reclaimed wood, and tie into the vernacular of mining cabins and barns. Collaboration with artisans was a key to creating such a unique cabin.
PROJECT TEAM: Marshall Schneider, Kathy Scott, Brooks Walker INTERIORS: Stone Interiors LANDSCAPE: Garden Architecture BUILDER: Mark Nolan General Contractor PHOTOGRAPHY: Cesar Rubio
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