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Chicken Point Cabin Opens Its Facade To The Lake

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Chicken Point Cabin designed by Olson Kundig Architects is a great forest retreat with amazing views of the lake. Thanks to a big opening glazed facade the lake can be admired from the inside of cabin.  The flooring extends towards the lake creating a sort of terrace as well as there are small stairs that lead to the lake shore.

Chicken Point Cabin Opens Its Facade To The Lake

This beautiful forest retreat is made of gray stone and finished with wood. The structure has two levels with the wooden stairs leading from kitchen dining room to the living room with a framed glass wall that opens thanks to a special mechanism that takes the glass facade from vertical to horizontal state.

Chicken Point Cabin Opens Its Facade To The Lake

The structure of the cabin itself is quite interesting. It consists of the two stone walls a slanted roof with a wooden ceiling that closes the framed glass structure and extends beyond it.

The serene view of the lake makes this cabin a perfect retreat for family or people who want to rest, contemplate or create. What do you think about it?

Chicken Point Cabin

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