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Through the Lens

Through the Lens

Bringing the Outside In

comments (0) July 29th, 2014 in Blogs
KenGutmaker Ken Gutmaker, contributing photographer


Instead of joining two existing structures, architect Robert Swain made two "urban cabins".  Dividing the living spaces with a cedar path, he invites the gardens into his everyday experience. The back cabin contains the office and master bedroom suite- the front cabin has the living room, kitchen, bath and guest bedroom. A decidedly un-urban experience in the middle of a city.

This home was included in The Barefoot Home book.

http://bobswain.com


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