Lawrence Architecture

Mazama Cabin

Photography by Benjamin Benschneider.

2012 Published in "Small Houses in Nature"

2004 Published in "The Cabin Book"

A modern 820 SF vacation cabin situated on a south-facing bluff overlooking the Methow River.  Exterior materials include cement stucco, corrugated metal siding, and metal-clad wood windows.  The interior is composed of bamboo flooring, veneer-plaster walls, and wood-paneled ceilings.  Special features include: a bed alcove that doubles as a sitting area during the day; a bay window with built-in bench for the kitchen table; a wax room for cross-country ski maintenance; and large insulated operable panels in the open loft for ventilation in the summer months. The general contractor was Hall Construction.

Completed spring 2003.  Garage completed summer 2005.