The Unique SOL House Is A Geometric Cabin Escape With Forest Views

Nov 8, 2019

Category: Living

Falling into adoration with nature has always been a great way to connect with the world. Outside of the stresses of everyday life, the serene characteristics of our favorite untouched escapes, secluded locations, and introspective hideouts can work wonders for our psyche — an understanding that has served as the primary inspiration behind Alexander Nerovnya’s SOL House.

This unique dwelling makes its home against an illustrious, foliage-filled backdrop, using its minimalistic silhouette, reflective glass, and angular walkway to create a perfect juxtaposition with the surrounding landscape. Fall colors abound, the SOL House revels in its recognizable orientation but sets itself apart thanks to expansive, see-through glazing at its front, offering inhabitants panoramic views of the area’s rolling hills. In an effort to maintain the home’s immersive persona, Nerovnya has implemented a multitude of natural materials, modern furniture, and cozy living areas within, helping denizens to rest, relax, and reconnect with nature.

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