Tiny Cabin in the Pacific Northwest

Architect designed cabin with large sliding steel doors for securing the cabin when alone in the wilderness. Interior is warm with lots of wood.

“On Salt Spring Island in British Columbia lies a tiny one-room cabin, a finely detailed retreat from Seattle-based Olson Kundig Architects. Its sleek design and kinship with nature make an elegant case for simple living—that, plus the most uncontrived outdoor shower we’ve seen.

See more from their portfolio at Olson Kundig Architects. Photography by Tim Bies for Olson Kundig.”

via A Master Architect Builds a Tiny Cabin in the Pacific Northwest : Remodelista.

2 thoughts on “Tiny Cabin in the Pacific Northwest”

  1. Do you rent this cabin? My daughter is getting married September 26 and they are going to the pacific northwest for their honeymoon and want some place really special to stay

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