An OSB Cabin
Regina Yunghans
Jul 28, 2011
Great design transcends expense and frills and can make even the simplest of structures absolutely appealing. Take this little cabin, for instance: Its interiors are simply made of OSB - oriented strand board. It's the cheapest of sheet goods, but here its visual texture is exploited to a stunning effect: The pavilion-like home opens completely to the exterior. With open living areas and a no-nonsense sleeping loft above, this spare and simple home seems the perfect carefree escape. See more of this little home in Marie Claire Maison. Images: Marie Claire Maison.
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