20 October 2009

Hardly camping out, but close to nature

There's something tent-like about this tiny house by a river. The chimney is the center pole while the roof sweeps out from it on all sides with a deep overhang past the wonderfully wide glass doors around the entire perimeter, like a very cozy and permanent party tent. It's only 6oo square feet of living space, but the area under those deep overhangs add on to enjoyable space. Architects: Schuchart/Dow, seen on DigsDigs. – GF

Photos by Ben Benschneider, Seattle Times

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