Longbranch Cabin

You'd think that a 14-square-foot bunk house that's been expanded multiple times over decades would be a bit of an architectural disaster. But the Longbranch Cabin is no ordinary bunk house, and Jim Olson is no ordinary architect. Built in 1959, the original structure was remodeled in 1981, 1997, 2003, and 2014, each time expanding while reusing the already existing structure. The result is a series of boxes unified under a single roof, with shared modest details — like plywood sheathing and fir flooring both inside and out — that belie its talented owner and picturesque location on Puget Sound.

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