Three tiny wooden cabins were designed by GO Logic on an island of the coast of Maine. The clients spend their summers on the island, and they wanted to have a summer house for their friends and family. So they rented a vacant property and built these three small cabins. The houses were built on a former quarry, so the architects tried to minimize the impact of the recovering vegetation in the area. Cabins are connected with platforms, and inside there are cozy living spaces for guests to relax.
Project by GO Logic
Photos by Trent Bell