Pine Forest Cabin, Winthrop, Washington
(image via: archdaily)
Simple and sustainable, Pine Forest Cabin is made of low-impact materials and set on two concrete walls that allow it to cantilever over the hillside, reducing site disturbance. This also gives what is otherwise a very modest cabin, finished in raw plywood, the feeling of luxury that comes with a beautiful view.
4 Beautiful Green-Roofed Cabins in Norway
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Green roofs are something of a new phenomenon in the United States, but in Norway they’ve been a way of life for centuries. Some are as simple as native grasses while others bloom with colorful flowers or even sprout trees.
Bulhomen Cabin, Norway
(images via: skaara)
This unusually shaped cabin on the edge of a lake in Norway is nearly invisible from above, thanks to its wood siding, organic shape and sedum roof.
Shinto-Inspired Sleeping Cabin, California
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Made of reclaimed wood, this hut in California was inspired by Shinto temples in Japan. Simple Shelter Texas built it on a 40 acre site using reclaimed fencing and other recycled materials. Mounted on 24″ sections of a reclaimed utility pole, the cabin is sleepover-ready with a bed, a few chairs and a wood-burning stove.