27 Oct '14, 1pm

How one couple downsized -- in Nova Scotia:

How one couple downsized -- in Nova Scotia:

When a pair of empty nesters looking to downsize approached Canadian architect Omar Gandhi , he responded with a beautiful wooden cabin and "vehicle for continuing youthful dreams." Located in a dense and secluded forest in Nova Scotia , the Moore Studio is a 1,500-square-foot home that exudes a raw and minimalist aesthetic. The house appears to climb up a small slope to maximize views and natural light to provide optimal conditions for the clients, formerly full-time artists, to pursue their artistic aspirations.

Full article: http://inhabitat.com/artists-wooden-cabin-climbs-up-a-hil...

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