Larson Cabin

From the outside, the house is a simple form capped by a steeply-pitched metal roof. Inside, elegant complexity unfolds.

A large space with separate but open rooms is defined by a timber frame structure, and each area has an axial focus: wood stove, lake view, or stone fireplace. Exposed timber beams and pine tongue-and-groove ceiling boards salvaged from the original cabin retain a link to the past, while expansive glass captures the view and fills the space with light.

Project Team

Mark Larson, Jean Rehkamp Larson

Contractor

Prevost Construction

Photography

Saari & Forrai Photography

Recognition

HGTV’s Homes Across America January 31, 2003
A House for my Mother: Architects Build for their Families by Beth Dunlop
The Not So Big House: A Blueprint for the Way We Really Live by Sarah Susanka with Kira Obolensky

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