Location: Winthrop, WA
Size: 1400 sf
This two-level cabin sits on a slope with views to the south and east. Two concrete walls form terraces. The lower terrace contains the living room, dining room and kitchen as one large space. The upper concrete wall forms the back of the living area and creates a base for the upper level which includes two bedrooms and a bath.
Awards and Recognition:
Cabin @ Elbow Coulee, What Makes It GREEN?, 2001
Cottage and Cabin, Linda Leigh Paul, Universe, 2010
Luxury Bathrooms, James Grayson Trulove, Collins Design, 2008
Dream Homes Pacific Northwest, Panache Partners, LLC, October 2007
Wood Design and Building Magazine, Spring 2007 - Number 38, "Canyon House: Natural mountain beauty drives a design that blurs the distinction between indoor and outdoor."
Sunset Magazine, December 2006 "Winter Retreat: Incorporating rugged materials and smart details, a Washington cabin disappears into its snowy setting."
Wood Houses, Ruth Slavid, Laurence King Publishing Ltd. 2006
Custom Home Magazine, March 2006, "Outward Bound"
Residential Architect Magazine, March 2006, "k + b studio - bath: inside out"
Custom Home Magazine, Spring 2006, "Mountain Hideaway: A working vacation isn't so bad in an office like this"
Fine Homebuilding Magazine's Getaway Homes, Winter Spring 2006, "Communing with Nature"
The Travel Channel, Amazing Vacation Homes, "Mountain Getaways" Episode 107
Custom Home Magazine, March 2004, "Mountain Hideaway"
Trends Magazine, November 2003, "Open To The Stars"
Wood Design and Building, Winter 2003, "Cabin At Elbow Coulee"
Coastal Retreats: The Pacific Northwest and the Architecture of Adventure, Linda Leigh Paul, Universe Books, November 2002
Sunset, July 2002, p. 96, "Cabin Ingenuity"
The Smart House, James Grayson, Loft Publications, June 2002