When most people think of cabin, a small wooden house pops in mind. The movies are partly responsible for creating this idea in people’s heads, but they have built their image based on reality. But, since architecture has evolved, cabins are no longer these small, wooden constructions with absolutely none architectural interest. Architecture and design firm, MW Works, has created a posh 2-storey cabin that is way more different than what we’ve seen so far.
Little House is hidden on a bluff overlooking the Hood Canal in Washington.
The people who hired the firm to built this cabin for them were completely smitten by the natural landscape of the area.
This is simply a small retreat from these people to get away from the noisy city and enjoy themselves and their quiet.
The interior has this neo-traditional/hipster vibe that many houses seem to carry these days.
The modern bathroom features a tile shower.
In contrary to the black timber that is featured on the exterior of the house, brighter timber has been chosen for the interior.
Exposed bricks have been put in the dining area making the space look brighter.
Such a relaxing color combination, for a bedroom!
MW Works accepts commissions for any place around the world and their projects so far show their unimaginable imagination and talent. You can check out more projects of the firm on their website.