6 Cozy Eco Cabins to Snuggle Up In This Fall
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.
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