Architecture this elegant forest house combines the tranquility of nature with the comfort of a contemporary lifestyle to deliver a serene and secluded retreat. The architects turned to the view outside for inspiration as large glass doors and an open floor plan transform the national park into the backdrop for the living room.
When we talk about premium winter resorts and ski destinations across the globe a name that constantly tops the list is Colorado. With winter quickly approaching you can bet your bottom penny that these amazing snow-filled slopes will be filled with visitors from every corner of the planet.
The charm of big city lights high skyscrapers and the fast-paced life often wears off quickly and we tend to find ourselves longing for a quiet private retreat that is closer to nature. Located in a secluded neighborhood of Oregon this gorgeous family house belongs to the founder of Schoolhouse Electric.
While the architecture was dubbed ‘refreshing and revolutionary’ in the ’60s when people flocked toward cookie-cutter design Risom himself feels that it was simply inspired by a rustic nature-centric lifestyle. The interior is airy with a wonderful collection of the vintage decor that the family treasures and the cabin recently acquired a new glass wall that replaced the old and worn out feature.
This gorgeous cabin is a wonderful blend of both rustic and modern styles. Crafted using reclaimed materials the natural textures inside create a warm inviting setting. Designed by Walton Architecture and built by Greenwood Homes it sure offers an idyllic expansive getaway!