This cabin has unique feature of three wooden slat decks that can be raised by a hydraulic system of wires, rope, pivoting sheaves and lead blocks. This cabin designed by Olson Kundig Architectsand named False Bay Writer’s Cabin. The wooden slat decks can be used as living spaces when opened and secure the cabin when closed. You can rotate the fireplace to get a perfect views for you. It use an inverted roof with deep overhangs that forces water to drain to the rear of the cabin. This cabin consist only a single room with a small kitchen and bathroom, with walls mostly made of glass.
Photographs: Tim Bies/Olson Kundig Architects
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