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A cabin in the woods, the mountain retreat, the perfect holiday, winter sports and snow ? Even better, add the warmth of the wood interior along a chimney and the smell of wine and cinnamon ? What more do you need? We all shiver when we look from the inside warm, cozy, form where you feel protected into the snow outside, at the empty trees and the little snowflakes stacking up one by one covering everything. It`s magic.
This week we`ve dreamt about 2 special location that we`ve liked and we`re today to add the 3rd. Here are the others two if you want to check them out : Chalet of Natural Wood In Megeve – French Alps and Farmhouse Transformed in an Amazing Chalet With Vintage Accents by Lionel Jadot .
The 3rd one that we are going to present you today can be found in Telluride mountain village, Colorado, USA and it was designed by TruLinea Architects in collaboration with Studio Frank. The cabin has been initially built in the 80`s and recently the holiday home survived a couple of transformations to be up to date with the demands of contemporary living.
The result is an artistic camouflaged cabin into the surroundings, in perfect harmony with the environment by using local materials in an unique design. The heart of the home is the open plan living room and dinning space, preserving original traditional details from the 80`s, yet adding plenty of modern elements as accents. The minimalist, safe fireplace perfectly blent in the overall design, not drawing attention as itself, leaving your eyes to shiver into the warmth of the fire this effect contributes to an increased level of coziness and warmth while keeping the original sober and rustic atmosphere.
They`re a few owners that know what they really want and how they want to do what they want when they call an architect, and the owner of this house asked for a “rough, organic and timeless ” retreat. The personal interpretation can be seen in the variety of materials and textures that are layered out in a perfect harmony into the genuine spaces while considering a very important factor while talking about wood cabins, the sustainability factor.
We would love to hear your opinion on this unique cabin .
Photo Courtesy to TruLinea and Studio Frank