[Source & more pics](http://www.onekindesign.com/2012/05/15/woody-creek-cabin-on-the-rivers-edge/) Sorry I couldn’t find a better source or a bigger pic for this one.
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That would likely be the most time consuming small house you could ever hope to build. I love the way it looks, but couldn’t afford the years to get it complete.
That’s not really a cabin though. That’s a regular house by Swedish standards. [This is a Swedish cabin.](http://i.imgur.com/KUPDT4u.jpg)
Amen on that! I only spent one summer working at the Chateau, but it’s a few months I’ll never forget. I was particularly lucky in that my dorm balcony had the perfect view down the lake, but I also made good use of my
Near Sandefjord is correct. However, the Archdaily link states 3280 Tjodalyng. This is about halfway between Sandefjord and Larvik, but is actually in the township of Larvik.
>The façade, roof and interior are made with larch timber – a strong and durable wood – and a “burn and stain” technique on the exterior wood-cladding means longer-lasting life. I’m not familiar with larch but apparently its wildly used to build homes in
Wow! I absolutely love Lake Lanier! I go every spring to row in the John Hunter regatta – it’s one of my favorites! This year we had absolutely gorgeous weather, that place is fantastic! I’m very jealous 🙂
Lotsa small cabins here. With no running water or oil/gas, it’s a lot easier to heat a lil cabin than a large one.. Any size can be found of course. I have seen a few mansion cabins which are fun to party at
It’s not a residential house, it’s a museum. Well, it’s actually the oldest residential house on the island, but it was refurbished as a museum for the town decades ago.
Pretty similar to a Finnish kota, or grilling ‘cabin’. Usually they have a grill/fireplace combo in the center with benches all the way around. Should be able to find plans easily online. The more traditional ones are built with stripped logs, this one looks
From what I understand not many people know this place exists due to its location (kind of located in an industrial area). I went to an event with friends & we were invited to the cabin to cool off in the springs….Was not expecting
I requested a brochure for this place over a year ago. It is honestly my dream holiday, the entire place looks awesome. They have loads of activities, a couple of different cabins, and the who place manages to balance rustic and slick at the
Interior pictures plus a few other exterior!!!!!!! Thanks for your interest everyone. http://imgur.com/gR5qC2e http://imgur.com/sBoZM2x http://imgur.com/1GKh4GX http://imgur.com/UkpesiH http://imgur.com/VsedrSi http://imgur.com/d8wWIzh http://imgur.com/pSI4h09
Looks like it’s one of seven buildings that make up a ‘hotel’ in the middle of a Norwegian forest. http://freshome.com/2010/12/07/minimalist-architecture-and-mesmerizing-views-juvet-landscape-hotel/
Couple planes and a bus and some hiking. Definitely worth the journey.
I will be staying there a lot this summer so I will try to do some interior shots to try and mock real estate photographs when I am there next. It’s actually really neat they really stuck to the western, horseback and rancher themes
> *A sitting room in the guest house has a large fireplace, behind which are large doors that can slide shut to close off the room from the outside. ‘It’s a very primordial feeling,’ Andersson says. ‘It’s like a weird little cave, which is
I don’t know – it doesn’t look so expensive to build, if you have the property and some friends. I don’t know what zoning / planning permission is like there, though. Here in the UK, I doubt if there’s anywhere within 100 miles or
That’s the Hidden Lake Peak Fire Lookout. I spent a bunch of time up there while working on my Masters. It’s at the top of a peak with a 1000 ft cliff edge about 15 ft from the door. It gets a little crazy
Don’t know. We only passed in the distance you see in the photo. But it looked really cool sitting across the valley from a glacier hight up in the mountains. It’s close to the Swiss boarder but in Austria
My guess, is that having lived in AK for quite some time, and looking at this pic, as well as knowing that area – is that it appears to be almost on a ridgeline or at least higher up the hill and decently close
Yeah, I was surprised by that. With all the obvious expense they put into the windows you would think they would use something a bit classier than cheap as shit OSB for the roof.
I would like to see this again in five or ten years. I’m a big fan of the mossy grassy look.
I seriously doubt it. It’s on government land that’s leased to the builder or owner, strictly flyin, lately places like it are selling for around 50 thousand, but technically only outfitters can buy them. It can be rented by the week, if you can