The Bromont Cabin in Quebec is built entirely from wood that is aging to blend in with its forested surroundings. Designed by Canadian firm Blouin Tardif Architecture-Environnement, this cozy home enjoys tons of natural daylight with the help of solar passive design.
Alex Porter designed and built this off-grid cabin for her father on an island in Maine. The tiny footprint, efficient design and systems all make for low energy use, which is then supplemented by a rooftop solar system. If you’re looking to get away from it all, this would definitely be the place. Too bad it’s private!
For those looking for a lakeside retreat, look no further than this cozy cabin on Flatehead Lake in Poulson, Montana. Designed by Austin-based Andersson Wise Architects, this minimalist mountain home is built with salvaged materials and makes for a rustic, yet serene escape.