San Francisco-based Lundberg Design built this stunning cabin in California using materials leftover from the studio's past projects. Located along the Sonoma Coast, the Breuer Cabin is clad in beautiful reclaimed redwood and it aims for net-zero energy performance.
The beautiful Breuer Cabin is filled with natural light coming in from reclaimed steel sash windows taken from at least five different projects. The floors are made from multicolored slate, which doesn’t show everything the dogs bring in as a gift from the woods. The round custom made firewood holder keeps wood dry and at hand in the living room area.
While the exterior wall has a reclaimed redwood skin, the interiors are clad in thin strips of Montana white pine.. But the best space in the cabin is probably the outdoor terrace, which is perfect for enjoying sunshine, the breeze and fantastic woodland views. Also on the terrace is a mirrored round pool made from an old water tank and equipped with a biological wetland filter.
Lundberg Design has more sustainable plans for the cabin; soon they hope to add a photovoltaic system which should turn this charming cabin into a net-zero energy home.
Photos by JD Peterson, Mark Seelan and Olle Lundberg