Rising from the hillside like a modern monolith is a small Mountain Cabin designed by marte.marte architects. The narrow home is three-stories and comprised of rough concrete with cutouts punched into the façade. Windows of various sizes are spread throughout across the exterior, while a large terrace stretches the full circumference of the structure's middle floor. The home is accessed by a small flight of steps, allowing the building to rest on the hillside without altering the landscape.
The Mountain Cabin's interior is warm, adorned in soft wood tones and cozy lighting. The windows frame the landscape, bringing glimpses of nature into the home. A spiral staircase connects the three levels without taking up the space of traditional stairs. The tower feels welcoming and impressive, offering comfort, security, and gorgeous views of the surrounding mountains.
Photography by Marc Lins.