Northwest architecture is often associated with rural, get-away type dwellings; unfortunately the idea of a dwelling set within nature brings quite a bit of baggage to the design table. While the northwest is one of the most recent explorations on the map, and lacks a history (comparatively), we still find the proliferation of log cabins and faux Cape Cod cottages here. Today’s blog, on this crisp November 1st morning, focuses on several rural projects: cabins, retreats, ski-lodges, call them what you like. These projects are great examples of thinking, designing and building rural dwellings in our present time with current materials and methods.
Allied Works Architecture Sun Valley Residence, ID
Studio (n-1) Khyber Ridge House, Whistler B.C.
OSKA Chicken Point Cabin, ID
OSKA Delta Shelter in Winthrop, WA
Miller Hull, Seattle Marquand Retreat, WA
Eggleston Farkas Architects Seola Beach House, WA
Eggleston Farkas Architects Methow Cabin, WA
E. Cobb Architects Inc. Cascade Lake House, WA
Patkau Architects San Juan Island House, WA
Balance Associate Architects Wintergreen Cabin
Johnston Architects Twisp Cabin, WA
Johnston Architects Bandon Bluff, OR
Terry Hunziker + BUILD llc Camano Island Cabin, WA