The Greatest Collection of Cabin Inspiration Ever Assembled
Geege Schuman stashed this in Out of Doors
Zelenkovac, Bosnia: A magical cabin converted from a water mill. A Serbian painter built several wooden cabins along this river in the village, transforming the mills that belonged to his father.
(I hope it's not on fire!)
Sandpoint, Idaho: Ethan Schlussler’s pad features a bike-powered, elevator pulley system if you aren’t interested in taking the ladder.
Scottsdale, Arizona: This small desert shelter was designed by Dave Frazee who was an architecture student at Taliesin West founded by Frank Lloyd Wright. The school owns a 500-acre swath of desert land in Arizona where students are encouraged to build their own structures or even modify ones from decades past.
Joseph, Oregon: One of two underground structures on the Pacific Northwest property. Each hut is dug out from the hillside and supported by wood beams.
Three Fingers Mountain Lookout, Boulder River Wilderness, Washington. (Tethers?! Access?!)
Wow these are beautiful. And yeah, tethers?!