Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen Architects from Seattle made this weekend cabin in Mazama, Washington that is located in a floodplain near a river. Because of that they built it on stilts elevating the living area from the ground in case of floods. The facade is made out of steel and glass that can be completely covered by large steel shutters using a hand crank. Neat! I loves me some tiny homes on sticks and this studio appears to have quite a nice bunch of them.
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