Cabins: The New Style

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Harper Collins, Aug 1, 2006 - Architecture - 192 pages

This third book in The New Style series offers a panoramic look at some of the most innovative cabin designs throughout the country. Cabins: The New Style is a collection of gateways for the modern isolationist. It includes many wonderful homes that range in size, have cutting-edge designs, and use sustainable materials while maintaining the warm feeling evoked by the traditional cabin.

A showcase of some of the most elegant and imaginative designs today, this book highlights how modern architectural elements can be integrated into a rustic landscape. With full-color illustrations throughout, Cabins: The New Style is a must-have for architects and cabin dwellers alike.

 

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Contents

EDELWEISS CABIN 22 ANDERSON CABIN
22
CATARACT RANC
32
WHEATSHEAF RESIDENCE
44
BLUFF RESIDENCE
56
ARCADE RESIDENCE
66
METROPOLITAN CABIN
78
GOLOBFREEMAN CABIN
90
CARSON CABIN
100
VIEW RESIDENCE
114
MEADOW CABIN
128
MATTHEW CAB
142
WINTERGREEN CABIN
154
VINEYARD CABIN
166
CANYON CABIN
176
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About the author (2006)

James Grayson Trulove is an author, publisher, and editor of books on the subjects of architecture, landscape architecture, and garden design. His recent books include New Sustainable Homes, 25 Apartments and Lofts Under 2500 Square Feet, and Prefab Now. He resides in Washington, D.C., and New York.

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