This cabin with a refined decor sits nestled among fir, cedar, and madrone trees on the East Sound of Washington state's Orcas Island. Designed by architect David Vandervort, the cross-shaped floorplan creates.Look inside the Orcas Island Cabin.
Julie Spangler>Bob Bowling Rustics The Rustic Woodshed with Antique Saws and Axes Another Bob Bowling Rustic shed in its sweet home on Orcas Island! The Trailer Shed! Bob with the owner of the Trailer Shed We love making new friends with every delivery! What happy hens get to live in this sweet coop? Chicken Coop Fun cuppolas always add the final touch to a Bob Bowling Structure! The interiors of the structures leave lots of options for storage and display A Bob Bowling Rustics…
David Vandervort Architects specializes in all sorts of nature made designs, and one of their best and beautiful cabin homes is a 400 square foot space on Orca Island. It is situated in between all kinds of trees, including fir, cedar and madrone species.
Architect Michelle Linden worked with Brothers to create a minimalist house. Inspired by the inward-looking approach of Cistercian abbeys, Linden oriented the U-shaped structure around a courtyard.Exterior of Orcas Island house with courtyard
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