Washington-based Eerkes Architects created the Scavenger Studio in Puget Sound -- named after the scavenged and recycled materials used to build it.
Designed with a simple mix of charred plywood and painted panels, that home sits on a large six-footed foundation. The design team decided to create large overhangs off of the roof for protection from the Washington rain. The kitchen and living room have a double-height interior, occupying most of the bottom floor of the home.
Everything from plants to flooring and even the kitchen cabinets were scavenged from the surrounding area and used to make the home feel as rustic as possible. The Scavenger Studio features both a sustainable yet modern design.
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