Lot 6 Cabin By PBW Architects

Nov 30, 2018

Category: Living

There’s no shortage of impeccable cabins that make us want to pack up our things, ditch our lives in the city, and move to the countryside. The Lot 6 Cabin by Seattle architecture firm Prentiss+Balance+Wickline is one such retreat, offering serene forested views and sweet, idyllic seclusion.

Lot 6 is a 1,100-square-foot dwelling nestled neatly at the base of a mountain in the Washington forest. The exterior of the home is a beautiful take on open-ended living, utilizing spacious design elements and raised black wood outcrops. Glazed doors and enormous windowed openings run the length of the home, complemented by a large deck area that roots the cabin to its natural foundation. A strikingly modern interior provides denizens with a comfortable, familiar living space, complete with two separate bedrooms, a full kitchen, and an outdoor living area that plays host to an interesting fireplace which straddles the plane of the home’s interior and exterior social areas — perfect for year-round warmth.

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