Simple Can Be Functional and Beautiful
Guided by a design language that doesn’t rely on huge spaces, extravagant details or ornamentation, these two distinctive fine works of architecture by Agathom once more exemplify that “less is more,” that it’s not how big a space is, but how well designed and efficient it is. Molly’s Cabin, located in Georgian Bay, north of Toronto in Canada, and another cabin within the same location, simply called Georgian Bay, are Agathom-designed residential structures created to maximize the bay location. These houses show that simple and straightforward shapes and lines, when used in conjunction with the need for functionality and sustainability, will create spaces and designs that are timeless, enduring and appealing. And when the potentials of a chosen location are factored in, the end product will be nothing short of spectacular. Take a look at these photos and tell us what you think on our Facebook Page!
Molly’s Cabin is familiar, experimental, respectful and assertive. The design challenges the current tendency in the area for extravagant architectural statements, creating a solution that is inventive and sustainable.
The cabin fits snugly against the boulders and is sited close to the edge of the water. Shielded behind a large rock and a signature tree, there are multiple views of the fast-changing weather from under the shelter of the tent-like flaps.
CABIN AT GEORGIAN BAY
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