Jeff Shelden, an architect and son of a forest ranger, modeled the design of his Montana cabin after a forest service lookout tower. To build the cabin he used wood from an old train trestle, local stone, and reclaimed steel from a nearby farm.
Prefab construction simplified the building process of a small summer home on Madeline Island in Wisconsin, where all materials had to be ferried across Lake Superior. Photo by George Heinrich. This originally appeared in Superior Logic.
Little Cabin Vacation House Design Planned by Washington, D.-based Broadhurst Architects, Little Cabin Vacation House Design on Edge of Hill, this little lodge joins together reliable convention with a couple of
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