• Washington -based architecture firm Eerkes Architects have grasp the attention of design lovers and locals with their latest design dubbed the “Scavenger Studio“. This 693-sq ft cabin happens to be made up of mostly free materials from homes in the surrounding area that were due to be demolished. Tucked away in a woodland area, this quaint space offers quiet, comfort and peaceful vibes.
The foundation is built upon a 6-foot structure that keeps the house straight while keeping constrution cost down. The exterior uses T1-11 plywood for a darkened appearance while the interior uses an unfinished version of the same material on the ceilings. There’s also drywall covers and masonite throughout, designed to keep the space minimalist.
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