The Lundberg/Breuer Cabin is a project made mostly with reclaimed materials, feeling like a pieced-together vacation house in on the Sonoma Coast in California. It’s built with different parts of Lundberg Design‘s previous projects.
The floors are a multicolored slate, and the exterior siding is made out of reclaimed redwood. The cabin’s interior walls are made of thin strips of Montana white pine, and the pool is made out of an old water tank originally intended for livestock. The coffee table was originally designed for the Diva Hotel, but was rejected for that project. But there are some original elements designed specifically for this cabin, like the firewood holder and an outdoor kitchen with a pizza oven. This has frat house written all over it, although the office that built it claims their team uses it for inspiration in their other projects.
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