Combining the right amount of coziness and funk, the Alpine Noir Chalet imports Dutch minimalism to the Oregon wilderness. Its sleek, simple form is clad in blackened timber. A warm wood entry leads into a whitewashed interior. Clean lines are defined by contrasting black trim and angled ceilings. A 16th-century Dutch painting from the Riks Museum in Amsterdam breaks up the monochromatic pallet. Rather than hanging on the walls, the masterpiece was printed on fabric and used to upholster a large section, transforming an Ikea sofa into a unique work of art.
Photos: Mikola Accuardi / Caseowrk