This cluster of cabins in Norway is designed to facilitate family togetherness, while allowing space for private meditation. The central cabin provides communal living spaces, while the two cabins that flank it are used as private sleeping quarters.
From the unusual shutters to the exposed beams, a team of craftsmen handmade every component of this bespoke Dutch cabin.
Architect Greg Dutton forged this 900-square-foot cabin in Appalachia as a gift for his father. Because connecting the rustic weekend retreat with the water and electrical grid would have been prohibitively expensive, the building operates entirely off-the-grid.
Two Norwegian expats collaborated with architect Kimberly Peck to design a rustic-modern residence in the heart of the Catskills. “We wanted the feel of a New York loft and a modern house while also adapting the 'hygge' from the cabins we grew up with,” says one resident.
For Marlboro College's annual classical music festival in rural Vermont, architects Joan M. Soranno and John Cook erected five charming guest cabins that embrace the Cape Cod-style regional vernacular.