Colorado Architecture Students And Their Amazing Rustic Cabin Design

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Inside, the design is stripped down and minimalist, lined with milled birch plywood. Each cabin has multiple fold-down bunks, and small desks perfect for journaling about the day’s wilderness adventures. Picture windows offer a great vantage point for the world outdoors, good for observing the forest in bad weather. The box enclosure of each cabin and its porch are supported by a steel frame, which doubles as storage for outdoor equipment like mountain bikes, kayaks, and skis.

In recent years, architecture students at the University of Colorado program have also designed cabins for the Navajo reservation Utah. That project used reclaimed materials for a low-impact dwelling, conceived and built on a shoestring budget.

via Inhabitat

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