Cabins have been long heralded as a pitched roof, log built, Paul Bunyan type of structure– though this is certainly not the case in all architecture. The Canadian built Sunset Cabin by Taylor Smyth Architects is a contemporary structural retreat just nestled above Lake Simcoe.
The facade of this home is comprised of mostly glass, while there are multiple thicknesses and sizes of wood slats layered on the exterior to filter in the light and give off the impression of your traditional cabin space. The interior is lined with birch veneer, and this 254 square foot home is nothing short of cozy and romantic, lost in the woods.
Photography Credit: Ben Rahn/A-Frame