Breuer Cabin by Lundberg Design
The redwoods of Sonoma County in California, USA are home of a newly built modern residence with rustic features called the Breuer Cabin. It was created by the San Francisco-based architecture practice Lundberg Design and is entirely made of wood.
The structure of the Breuer Cabin is entirely made of wood and it features elements such as a large pool and an outdoor kitchen.
Built for one of their own, the studio used reclaimed materials from their other projects for the interior. As they say “the house continues to serve as a source of education and inspiration for the entire office”.
From the architects: “Most of the project has been built using reclaimed materials from various projects over the years. The windows are all steel sash from, at last count, five different remodel projects. The pool is perhaps the most notable example; it used to be a water tank for livestock. At 25-feet diameter and 14-feet deep it provides a wonderful black hole of water, particularly in a full moon.”
The materials used in the creation of this house include multicolored slate floor as well as reclaimed redwood for the siding of the house. On the inside, the walls are thin strips of Montana white pine.
From the architects: “Some elements are custom designed for the cabin, such as the firewood holder. But many of the pieces are rejects from other projects, like the coffee table that was designed for the Diva Hotel (it has a flaw in the casting). The entire project has been built by the office and myself over the years (big food parties tend to help), and continues to serve as a source of education and inspiration for the entire office.”