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False Bay Writer’s Cabin by Olson Kundig Architects

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False Bay Writer’s Cabin is a private retreat that was designed by Olson Kundig Architects. The glazed room with a sofa, bed, writing desk, fireplace, small bathroom and kitchenette stands in the natural sight of San Juan Islands in Washington. The cabin features glass walls and sliding doors while the wooden decks can cover up and protect the cabin when it’s not in use. At other times wooden decks serve as decks for outdoor activities.

False Bay Writer's Cabin by Olson Kundig Architects

The inverted roof  with the overhangs keeps the water at the rear side of the cabin. The interior is cozy and finished with wood and blackened steel. The fireplace can be rotated 180 degrees to face the outdoors. The cabin is close to nature and the beautiful views open up when the wooden decks are down.

The cabin is perfect private place provided with all the comforts. It can be used to get away from noisy house and have space and atmosphere that prompts productive work and thinking. It can also be used as a guest cottage to accommodate visiting friends and family.

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