Comprised of a pair of cedar-clad structures, Big Cabin | Little Cabin reimagines the vernacular architecture of Colorado's Rocky Mountain region. The two building are reminiscent of traditional cabins with gabled roofs and timber siding. The dark facade mimics the surrounding forest while a plywood-lined interior compliments the rustic palette. Perched on a rocky cliffside, the interior is exposed to sweeping views ranging from the Sangre de Cristo peaks to the South Platte River, courtesy of expansive floor-to-ceiling glazing.
Photos: David Lauer / Renée del Gaudio Architecture