A COMBINATION OF ARCHITECTURAL CREATIVITY AND NATURE’S HARMONY
Cabin 2 by Maddison Architects is a home with asymmetric features and an open and spacious design. Just like the landscape it’s inspired by, this home has a free-form shape that works with the land rather than against it.
Floor-to-ceiling windows open up the interior even more. The large windows expose the inside of the home to natural light and the beautiful surrounding scenery.
The home is set on a sunken space, making only its roof visible at ground level. This creates a more intimate connection to the land, both literally and figuratively.
The materials selected for the project convey an essential honesty that moves from the exterior to the interior. Externally the exposed laminated beams anchor the project to the site.
The possible complexity of the geometries created by folding forms has been embraced and simplified with a delightful and calm interior, achieved with the use of a simple and rigorous palette of natural materials.
By carving the project into the site, intimate, well-planned spaces have been formed. These open up to the views and allow unique spaces for both connection and privacy.
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