26 Feb '15, 6pm

Pair of tranquil hillside cabins provide space for art, yoga, and guests

The result is two small natural-looking cabins that appear to be part of the green hillside, instead of something placed on top of it. The two cabins are positioned close together, with the upper cabin offering a view down onto the roof of the lower cabin. Both cabins are surrounded by lush greenery . While much of the foliage was already on the hillside, landscape designers Jori Hook Landscape Architecture are responsible for making sure the cabins blend into their green surroundings. This was accomplished in part by adding a rooftop garden to the lower cabin, so that it virtually disappears into the hillside from the view above.

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