Two-Story Weekend Cabin in California

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Designed by Hunter Leggitt Studio and built by a team of architecture students, the 510 Cabin is a unique weekend home in Wofford Heights, California, nearby the Sequoia National Forest. The two-story retreat stacks the second-floor interior and covered patio directly atop the ground level. The structure is clad in blackened wood and capped with an angled rooftop, Inside, the walls, ceilings, and much of the flooring is lined with timber in various cool and warm finishes. Central to the home is the spacious patio, which is furnished with a table, chairs, and a chandelier for glamorous outdoor dining.

 

 

 

 

 

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