The project client commissioned architecture and interior design studio Barlis Wedlick Architects to build a cabin-style house on the hillside of a landed property. The structure is entirely passive and clad in charred cedar, a Japanese technique for making wood more durable
Wooden complex on the outskirts of New York. Chalet-inspired forms - TimberOnWeb
BarlisWedlick Architects was commissioned to design a completely passive cabin-style home on a hill in Ancram, on the outskirts of New York, using the structural typology of the "barn frame"
The house has a garage and a green roof, along with a monitoring system that allows continuous energy analysis of the occupancy. In the interior there is a living area and a bedroom with a built-in vintage piece of furniture
Bridge Lounge in Turkey. New Wooden urban space to redevelop and experience different forms of relaxation