Cabin on a slope
Cantilevered cabin on a slope. Prefabrication and complex geometries

On a granite outcrop in the mountains of New Hampshire stands the award-winning wooden cabin, designed by I-Kanda Architects architectural studio, overhanging on a steep slope and oriented towards the surrounding landscape

The cabin extends over 85 square meters and is totally projected on the eastern view of the valley below

Prefabricated wooden house

The structure is supported by 9 concrete bases, which have been hand cast

Prefabricated wooden house

The building, with its complex geometry is composed of a prefabricated wooden frame

Prefabricated wooden house

This reduces time on the construction site and provides ready-to-assemble components

Prefabricated wooden house

The trees that obscured the view were cut down to open up the view of the cabin to the valley and surrounding peaks

Prefabricated wooden house

An 8-metre wide sliding glass window characterizes an entire wall

Prefabricated wooden house

Thanks to the technologies and techniques of prefabrication, it has been possible to create angular corners, for an extremely original result

Prefabricated wooden house

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