Rustic cabin nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains near Asheville, NC. The cabin is a riff on the Appalachian culture and its architecture. Built as if it rose from the local woods, by local craftsmen with the tradition of seat-of-the-pants resourcefulness. The cabin echoes the Appalachian traditions of small is beautiful, and richness in simplicity. Cypress wall panelling with nickel groove. The Mitsubishi ductless mini-split provides heating and cooling to the entire cabin. Builder: River Birch Builders, Asheville, NC 828-777-3501 Photography: William Britten williambritten.com
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