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Mechanical room C. Living room D. Washer/dryer E. Guest bathroom F. Guest bedroom G. Foyer H. Powder room I. Master bathroom J. Walk-in closet K. Master bedroom L. Deck M. Great room N. Patio O. Bar P. Kitchen Q. Pantry Upper floor plan The cabin’s design approach is translated into a language that reflects the harsh environmental conditions of the region and the topography of the site. 045 Industrial finishes such as concrete floors, plywood paneling, and steel details can be left unfinished, letting them age naturally over time to acquire a patina that harmonizes with a natural setting.

These panels also organize the layout of the house to create a continuous room or a succession of smaller, individual spaces. 074 The design of this construction recalls traditional Japanese domestic architecture. Contemporary interpretations of the traditional shoji screen are often used to divide spaces and to diffuse light, partitioning spaces while letting in the light. Sliding panels are a dominant feature of this cabin: They encourage interior activities to spill out into the exterior and allow the configuration of the cabin’s interior to change depending on the needs, promoting a flexible use of the space.

200 x 35 Kerto ring beam 11. 100 x 150 x 6 galvanized steel angle ring beam 12. 150 mm adjustment on jack legs 5 degrees 022 The modular system used for the construction of Brockloch Bothy is suitable for home offices, garden sheds, and holiday homes. A single module of ninety-seven square feet can be expanded according to different needs. Brockloch Bothy is off the grid, with power generated by solar panels and heat provided by a wood-burning stove. No TV or Wi-Fi is on offer, but beautiful scenery abounds to engage guests.

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