When we speak on forestal areas and cozy, dew-covered cabins, our minds naturally conjure imagery of the Pacific Northwest. Obviously, the PNW isn’t the only location that takes pride in its pine-laden expanses, and for those on the east coast of the United States, Maine serves as a perfect alternative to its western counterpart. GO Logic — an architectural firm from the state’s northern coast — places heavy emphasis on the adaptation of its dwellings, and their immersion within nature.
The perfect example of this decisive approach has materialized within the outfit’s “Little House on the Ferry” — a trio of prefabricated, cabin-like dwellings that call upon Quebec-sourced black spruce wood panels, minimalist furnishings, and bright, expressive interiors to do their bidding. Outside, each of the home’s three spaces is interconnected, providing denizens with separate areas for social interaction, rest and relaxation, and guest amenity. Atop their cantilevered platforms, these tiny living areas boast their own unique characteristics, including a wood-burning fireplace, simplistic seating and dining structures, and a subdued kitchen area, offering the bare minimum for an afternoon of cooking and baking. Of course, all of this wouldn’t be as appealing without panoramic, 360-degree views of the area’s coastal waters. Head to GO Logic’s website for a closer look.