Gallery: Olson Kundig Architects’ Transforming Micro Cabin Folds Up to ...

 
The beautiful San Juan Islands in Washington State is an architectural playground for Olson Kundig Architects, and their False Bay Writers’s Cabin adds to their oeuvre of kinetic design. Modern and minimal, the small, glass-shrouded building also boasts a small secret -- its wraparound decks can pivot up and encase the cabin. This nifty trick allows the home to better create an immersive experience on its site and gives the owners the chance to close up the homes when a storm rolls in or when they leave.

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  1. jacqueline Coffin April 21, 2013 at 5:59 pm

    I wish to have more information on this cabin as I have a friends in New Caledonia that wishes to make these houses . Could you answer this email so that we might be able to contact you directly.
    Cheers Jacqueline

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