flexiblefullpage -
billboard - default
interstitial1 - interstitial

Alpine Meadows Cabin by Studio Bergtraun Architects


September 21, 2017
Alpine Meadows Cabin
Alpine Meadows Cabin

Perched on a 23‐degree mountainside slope that receives some of the heaviest snowfall near Lake Tahoe, an enthusiastic outdoors‐adventuring couple created their version of the ideal mountain retreat complete with: concrete patio rappelling wall, built‐in bunk beds accessible via rock‐climbing holds, ski pole chandelier and bobsled run access directly from the kitchen area.  And despite all these fun, Nordic sports‐themed design elements – it was the juxtaposition of the home’s textured metal accents like:  corrugated metal roofing and a black powder‐coated railing system contrasting the all‐natural Douglas fir siding and ceilings that helped make the entire project meld together amidst the rugged terrain.

0


Magazine Subscription
Subscribe

Get our Newsletters

Each day, our editors assemble the latest breaking industry news, hottest trends, and most relevant research, delivered to your inbox.

Subscribe

Follow BD+C: