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A Stacked Cabin for a Steep Slope

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A steeply sloped site in the Wisconsin forest, plus an equally steep budget, led architect Brian Johnsen to reinvent the archetypal cabin for a sturdy vacation home.
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  Johnsen oriented the building vertically to minimize the amount of grading and landscaping necessary for construction.  Photo by: Narayan MahonCourtesy of: Narayan Mahon
    Johnsen oriented the building vertically to minimize the amount of grading and landscaping necessary for construction.

    Photo by: Narayan Mahon

    Courtesy of: Narayan Mahon

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  A Rais Pina wood-burning stove keeps things cozy on the West Elm Henry sofa and Eames lounge chairs.  Photo by: Narayan MahonCourtesy of: Narayan Mahon
    A Rais Pina wood-burning stove keeps things cozy on the West Elm Henry sofa and Eames lounge chairs.

    Photo by: Narayan Mahon

    Courtesy of: Narayan Mahon

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  Custom curtains by Manhattan Textiles delineate the kitchen and sleeping room from the main space. A Rais Pina wood-burning stove keeps things cozy on the West Elm Henry sofa and Eames lounge chairs.  Photo by: Narayan MahonCourtesy of: Narayan Mahon
    Custom curtains by Manhattan Textiles delineate the kitchen and sleeping room from the main space. A Rais Pina wood-burning stove keeps things cozy on the West Elm Henry sofa and Eames lounge chairs.

    Photo by: Narayan Mahon

    Courtesy of: Narayan Mahon

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  A steeply sloped site in the Wisconsin forest, plus an equally steep budget, led architect Brian Johnsen to reinvent the archetypal cabin for a sturdy vacation home. Photo by Narayan Mahon.  Photo by: Narayan Mahon

    A steeply sloped site in the Wisconsin forest, plus an equally steep budget, led architect Brian Johnsen to reinvent the archetypal cabin for a sturdy vacation home. Photo by Narayan Mahon.

    Photo by: Narayan Mahon

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