THE TURNBRIDGE WINTER CABIN

THIS HOME FEATURES THE TWO SIDES OF A PERSON’S EVERYDAY LIFE

The asymmetry of this home’s overall design is more than just for show. Breaking away from the uniformity of most designs, this home uses its asymmetry to create a balance of lifestyles. The design involves two structures joined at the corner. One structure acts as a studio, while the other acts as the living quarters.

The studio structure has vaulted ceilings and spacious living space. This creates a work-conducive environment. The living quarters, on the other hand, has everything you need in a home. Though smaller, the living quarters are designed to be a more personal space.

Another thing to note is the minimal use of windows, focusing more on framing the beautiful scenery outside.  

The design team took cues from the area’s traditional architecture, notably the barns, houses and sheds that seem to grow on and around each other, as if clustering for warmth, said New York-based New Affiliates, or N/A.

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