Boston-based architecture firm I-Kanda created a one-bedroom cabin on a rock in the White Mountains, New Hampshire. Perched on a granite outcropping of the mountain, the project features dramatic views across the valley.
The architects decided to design the cabin around the natural granite rather than level it out, giving it a multi-level effect. Reaching 900 square feet, this home is a serene and minimalist residence. Made with black metal and natural colored timber, this geometric inspired cabin features prominent varied lines and stands out out in it's tree-covered environment. With huge sliding doors exiting to the rectangular outdoor deck, the back of the house can be completely opened allowing seamless indoor and outdoor living. The indoor decor if this cabin on a rock was kept as minimal as possible, letting the surroundings inspire and fill the home.