Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Some Wonderful Summer Cabins

This cabin by San Francisco-based Nick Noyes Architecture sits on a 60-foot-wide ocean bluff in the Sonoma County coastal community of Sea Ranch. A copper-clad chimney connects two wings shielding an inner courtyard from the coastal winds.

This East Hampton residence by NYC-based Billinkoff Architecture is comprised of a string of small buildings connected by an indoor corridor, maximizing opportunities for indoor/outdoor living.

This beach cottage by Rohleder Borges Architecture with interiors by Bainbridge Island, Washington-based Michelle Burgess Design welcomes guests with a covered waterfront sitting porch.

This 1920s creekside cabin in Calistoga, California, was remodeled by Sonoma-based Amy A. Alper, Architect. The original layout of the weekend home occluded views of the seasonal creek, so Alper designed a double-height living room addition to wrap around the exterior. Photo by Eric Rorer.

Wonderful article from Remodelista with all of the links for the individual cabins above and more.
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2 comments:

Karen in CT said...

... so glad Webster is on the mend ... it is just so upsetting when our pets are under the weather.

I can barely stand it .. get sick myself.

Hot as Hates in VA ... same temps as my friends in CT report ... I don't like it at all, have stayed in the air conditioning all day myself.

Stay cool ...

Juniper said...


Oh Gosh Rosemary! I just adore this! :)