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EXTERIOR + DETAIL Residence VDB,© Tim Van De Velde Architecture: love a timeless beautiful interior when a singular material palette, gorgeous vanity detailing all in stone

Dwell - This Cedar-Wrapped Cabin Mimics its Natural Surroundings With Ease

This Cedar-Wrapped Cabin Mimics its Natural Surroundings With Ease

The family room hovers in the cantilevered upper level, while the lower level holds the sleeping quarters and a recreation room.

The open-plan kitchen serves the family’s needs for easy entertaining. The four bar stools are also custom designed by Lexie and were built by Yvonne Mouser.

Here's What Norse Mythology and Modern Architecture Have in Common

Troll Hus, a modern cabin-like retreat in the Californian ski resort town of Sugar Bowl, was designed by Mork-Ulnes Architects.

Dwell - This Cedar-Wrapped Cabin Mimics its Natural Surroundings With Ease

This Cedar-Wrapped Cabin Mimics its Natural Surroundings With Ease

Amazing House in the Woods: Val des Monts by Christopher Simmonds Architect Inc.

Taking inspiration from Arlberg Valley, Austria to classic Nordic materials, the Troll Hus certainly adds a European touch to the California landscape. "The inspiring concept is that of a treehouse that, as if suspended between treetops, seamlessly and ingeniously blends with its surroundings." Casper says.

Here's What Norse Mythology and Modern Architecture Have in Common

The exterior timber cladding is coated with black tar, a traditional Norwegian treatment. The finish serves a variety of purposes: solar heat gain, water resistance, and insect repellant.

Here's What Norse Mythology and Modern Architecture Have in Common

Beyond the open-air living and dining rooms, the master bedroom is also accessible by the shaded patio. The living room features a B&B Tufty-Too sectional sofa and two Bensen U-Turn chairs.

Here's What Norse Mythology and Modern Architecture Have in Common


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