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Seattle architecture and design studio Zero Plus Architects designed the Snee-oosh Cabin as a getaway from the city. It "sits in the underbrush perched on a low bank at the waters edge near Deception Pass on the Swinomish Indian reservation."

(Image credit: Apartment Therapy )
(Image credit: Apartment Therapy )
(Image credit: Apartment Therapy )

Taking care not to destroy the special qualities of the site, the home was carefully placed, and built using the smallest footprint possible. All the pieces of the home -- including a steel skeleton, hanging wooden belly, and an oversized foam panel roof -- were prefabricated offsite, and fit together like a delicate puzzle. Zero Plus hopes that it will become a style of new modern reservation architecture.

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Via: MoCo Loco and Zero Plus Architects

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