Friday, August 31, 2007

Friday Eye Candy - Chicken Point Cabin

Seattle-based Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen Architects have a very nice portfolio of shedlike atmospheres. Above is the Chicken Point Cabin, a lakeside shelter in the woods which they describe as "a little box with a big window (30ftx20ft) that opens to the surrounding landscape". It's built with low maintenance concrete, steel and plywood and left unfinished to naturally age. Below are two more examples from OSKAA, the Olson Cabin (originally built in 1959 as a 14’ x 14’ bunk house but since renovated several times), and the Delta Shelter (a steel box on stilts)

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