Snee-osh Cabin by Zero Plus Architects

Stephen Coles

“Like an insect warming itself in the sun, the Snee-oosh Cabin sits in the underbrush at the water’s edge near Deception Pass on the Swinomish Indian reservation. Eight 1-1/2” bolts support steel legs — strategically placed to preserve the old trees that reach in to the earth to support a panelized roof and a suspended “belly” that floats within the coniferous canopy.”

Zero Plus Architects

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  1. Very interesting, I love it. Just that it has no privacy.

  2. 03.12.08 Stephen Coles

    Fortunately, it’s a cabin with many dense trees to provide privacy.

  3. 03.13.08 bacon

    give me this.
    i don’t care about privacy. if people want to watch me walk around with no pants, that says more about them than me.

  4. 03.13.08 Carson

    It’s a lovely modern take on the Farnsworth House – just floating there. Especially those broad stairs. Very, very nice. Thank you.

  5. 03.14.08 mike

    This is beautiful.
    I think people tend to let the “Friday the 13th” mentality overwhelm them. I don’t think it is as much about privacy as it is about security and some people are just really insecure.
    Buy me one please!

  6. 05.05.08 Kelly Stewart

    Wow, great cabin!I would love to see this as a New Mexico getaway cabin, to take in all the great views that are offered. Very nice!!

  7. 07.06.08 Speedmaster

    Wow, that looks amazing!

  8. 11.20.08 matthew

    that house is soo good looking. i like that its all windows. the privacy is added with the trees surrounding it. amazing

  9. 06.22.09 Debbie Guzzi

    I wonder, does this home come in prefab form; can it stand up to a New England winter, can you buy the plans? How many square feet? Second floor bedroom? One? Two? Could you incorporate rolling metal shutters? Is the heat source wood?

  10. 09.23.09 Jeremy Wheat

    I stayed next door to this place and it has lots of privacy, and one beautiful view.

  11. 10.09.09 lynnetmelv

    responsible kyoto gases overwhelming cover

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