• the ultimate cabin retreats

 

A perfect collaboration of nature and architecture. Check out these cabin getaways: idyllic and remote, with the beauty and style of perfect design. 

 

poland // 

 

The first is seated in the green hills of Poland. The cabin was designed by SK Architecti and Ideal Arch Visuals. This family home features vertical gardens and uses wood as it's primary material to pay homage to the surroundings. 

Rather than the closed and homely log cabins frequently seen in the hills, this design has a glass frontage. Simple, minimal and chic, while not overbearing or stark. The home almost spills down the grass and along its teak deck, allowing the occupants to feel immersed in natural beauty. 

The interior is light and airy, continuing its wooden forest theme. The fresh and clean air of the Polish hills lie in wait just outside its walls, welcoming you into the arms of nature. 

 

pirogovo lake //

 

Designed by BIO architects, with the lake and its environment in mind, this modular cabin was commissioned by a young couple. Russia isn’t always known for its dedication to sustainability but this is one architect that strives to turn the tide. In the suburbs of Moscow you'll find the lake Pirogovo. It’s glistening waters and green forest a far cry from the big city. 

The second in its line of Dubldom commissions, the cabin retained the signature gabled shape. With white interior and wooden features maintain light and space flowing throughout. At 185 square metres, it was constructed in under 10 days. It used natural and sustainable materials with ecology at its fore. The glass frontage faces out onto the water. Occupants can sit back in the comfort of the evening, and watch the sunset reflect into the living room. 

 

 

puget sound //

 

Washington’s Puget Sound is a myriad of waterways bordered by lush greenery. Seattle  architects MW Works worked with natural materials, such as cedar, to mimic the surrounding woods. With clean lines and ample glass the cabin provides outlooks to all vistas, across the sound and to the woods. Achieving a plethora or awards from the AIA, the design is renowned for it’s unobtrusive and beautiful simplicity.

The interior is flooded with natural light through the floor to ceiling windows and the spectacular sunsets are unparalleled. Arguably its best feature though, is the wooden rooftop deck.  Far from the light pollution of nearby cities, this is the perfect place to take time out to lay back and look at the stars, long past sundown. 

 

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images // Ideal Arch, BIO, MW Works

the ultimate cabin retreats

 

A perfect collaboration of nature and architecture. Check out these cabin getaways: idyllic and remote, with the beauty and style of perfect design. 

 

poland // 

 

The first is seated in the green hills of Poland. The cabin was designed by SK Architecti and Ideal Arch Visuals. This family home features vertical gardens and uses wood as it's primary material to pay homage to the surroundings. 

Rather than the closed and homely log cabins frequently seen in the hills, this design has a glass frontage. Simple, minimal and chic, while not overbearing or stark. The home almost spills down the grass and along its teak deck, allowing the occupants to feel immersed in natural beauty. 

The interior is light and airy, continuing its wooden forest theme. The fresh and clean air of the Polish hills lie in wait just outside its walls, welcoming you into the arms of nature. 

 

pirogovo lake //

 

Designed by BIO architects, with the lake and its environment in mind, this modular cabin was commissioned by a young couple. Russia isn’t always known for its dedication to sustainability but this is one architect that strives to turn the tide. In the suburbs of Moscow you'll find the lake Pirogovo. It’s glistening waters and green forest a far cry from the big city. 

The second in its line of Dubldom commissions, the cabin retained the signature gabled shape. With white interior and wooden features maintain light and space flowing throughout. At 185 square metres, it was constructed in under 10 days. It used natural and sustainable materials with ecology at its fore. The glass frontage faces out onto the water. Occupants can sit back in the comfort of the evening, and watch the sunset reflect into the living room. 

 

 

puget sound //

 

Washington’s Puget Sound is a myriad of waterways bordered by lush greenery. Seattle  architects MW Works worked with natural materials, such as cedar, to mimic the surrounding woods. With clean lines and ample glass the cabin provides outlooks to all vistas, across the sound and to the woods. Achieving a plethora or awards from the AIA, the design is renowned for it’s unobtrusive and beautiful simplicity.

The interior is flooded with natural light through the floor to ceiling windows and the spectacular sunsets are unparalleled. Arguably its best feature though, is the wooden rooftop deck.  Far from the light pollution of nearby cities, this is the perfect place to take time out to lay back and look at the stars, long past sundown. 

 

If you enjoyed our post feel free to share it via our ready-to-go tweet.

 

 

images // Ideal Arch, BIO, MW Works
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