The objective was to design a unique and rustic, cabin with historical and vernacular forms and materials. The Hermitage is designed to portray the story of a reclusive hermit building a secluded mountain camp slowly over time. A hierarchy of opposing but relative forms and materials illustrate this additive method of construction. Photo by Matt Waclo.
This 350 square-foot vacation home annex accommodates a kitchen, sleeping/living room and full bath. The simple geometry of the structure allows for minimal detailing and excellent economy of construction costs. The interior is clad with reclaimed pine and the kitchen is finished with polished stainless steel for ease of maintenance.