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A Beautiful Fishing Cabin by Olson Kundig Architects


The lovely patina of weathered steel and the magnificent proportions of its huge cantilevered roof marks the two-story fishing cabin by Olson Kundig Architects in the cool northern light of Olympic Peninsula in Washington.


Like many buildings by Olson Kundig Architects, the Sol Duc Cabin has a rugged quality that celebrates the masculine pleasures of the simple life in a return to nature.


To survive occasional flooding, the 350 square foot fishing cabin is set lightly on the site, sitting high on four steel columns.


Huge industrial-scale sliding steel panels mean the two story structure can be completely closed up when the owner is away.


Inside, the get-away-from-it-all fishing cabin is outfitted in the firm’s typically masculine no-nonsense style of industrial chic.


Inside the tall two story space, the bedroom is set high on a mezzanine floor.

While the materials used are restricted to the brutally spartan, the luxury of this very elevated open space is untrammelled.

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