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 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
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
An architecture overlooking the ocean, Panal House is a spellbinding spectator of the Chilean landscape