The Small But Spectacular Tye River Cabin by Olson Kundig

Only 600 square feet of space makes this more like a permanent tent than a cabin, but the Tye River Cabin is as inviting and beautifully designed as once could imagine. The steel, concrete and wood structure, by one of our favorite and frequently blogged about architects, is situated in a dense forest near the Tye River in Skykomish, Washington and connects to the natural environment that surrounds it. (more…)

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The Collywood House, An Uncharacteristically Olson Kundig Home in Los Angeles

What really surprised me about this new home was not the outrageous size or intimidating asking price of $62 million, that’s become the price of entry for a mansion in LA these days, but the architecture firm behind it. It was designed by Olson Kundig, a firm whose work we’ve shared with you five times for their beautiful designs. However, this 15,642 sq.ft. home is uncharacteristically outrageous for the usually tasteful Seattle, Washington based firm. (more…)

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Montecito Residence by Olson Kundig Architects (30+ Photos)

Take a look at this new concrete, glass and steel home; the Montecito Residence by Olson Kundig Architects. It’s no secret I’m an ardent fan of the Seattle-based architecture firm having previously shared with you five other properties of theirs: Studhorse House, Chicken Point Cabin, Birkshire Residence, The Brain and Pavilion House. (more…)

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