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Exterior of a cabin in British Columbia

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courtesy of
Sama Jim Canzian
Exterior of a cabin in British Columbia

The site needed a path that would let residents easily ascend from the bank to the house. The architects created one by simply replicating the way they had naturally walked up the site the first time they visited. The result is a meandering trail that directs visitors to the landscape’s different features — whether a majestic Arbutus tree, a private stone beach, or a wildflower clearing.

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