Pulling up to the Folly cabins, their rusty steel facade reads like a pair of abandoned sheds, forgotten by time among the Joshua Tree landscape. But peel back the weathered skin and you'll find a highly livable space. The main cabin is a modest 460 square feet. Its raw plywood interior offers a living space, dining area, kitchen, bathroom, and sleeping mezzanine within its compact shell. A wooden deck with an outdoor soaking tub leads to the second building. Follow the staircase and you'll find the Stargazing Portal. The open-air suite offers pristine views of the night sky, allowing guests to experience the cosmos from a heated queen bed.
New York. The canvas shelters provide a disconnected camping experience nestled in nature.
The Spine Residence is an exploration of design by developing moments of intrigue within and around the programmatic requirements of home, developing space and volume with seamless connections which thrust you into specific spaces, views and experiences. The approach allows for architectural intrigue while assuring the functional use of various programs throughout the residence.
A cottage is often a modest cozy dwelling, typically in a rural location. The word was originally referred to as a house with ground floor living space and upper floor bedrooms fitting under the eaves of the structure. The Farm Cottage restoration derived from the early 1900’s build which was mainly utilized as farmer housing with its very own tractor diesel gas pump.