Photo Courtesy of Zeroplus Architects
Balancing aesthetics and functionality, Zeroplus Architects are known for their innovative thinking and designs that challenge traditional architecture. The Sneeoosh cabin is no exception, and is an example of how architecture doesn’t have to disrupt the environment to be ground-breaking.
Set in the Puget Sound region of Washington State, along the water’s edge of Deception Pass, the striking Sneeoosh Cabin is shaded by mature Douglas fir and cedar trees. A retreat from modern urban life, this glass-enclosed cabin has great views of the surrounding forest, waters, and Olympic mountains in the distance.