Lang Architecture's Hudson Woods residence is a sustainable cabin that is made from locally sourced and reclaimed materials. The home will appeal to fans of the great outdoors and connects its inhabitants with nature.
Spanning 131 acres, this sustainable cabin boasts a triangular roof design and a facade that is made from reclaimed wood. The home's interior is multi-leveled, revealing layers and dimensions that are enhanced with its natural materials.
The residence is also spacious, featuring an open-concept living area and roomy dining room. Its warm wood finishes add warmth to the home and bring its wooded landscape in. This sustainable cabin is a contemporary translation of the traditional wood cottage. The home blends style with eco conscious design and is a residence fit for a medium sized family.
Lang Architecture's Hudson Woods Home is Eco-Friendly and Elegant
Jana Pijak — April 29, 2015 — Art & Design
References: langarchitecture & design-milk