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Before & After: Clever Changes Bring Out the Charm in a 1920s Seattle Bungalow
SHED Architecture & Design fine-tunes the home’s floor plan—and then knits it all together with custom casework.
A Streamlined ADU in Texas Pays Homage to Midcentury Architecture
M Gooden Design creates a striking guesthouse next to a historic 20th-century home in Denton.
Minimalist sliding doors separate the rooms.
“We wanted to make each internal element of the Hytte feel considered and intentional,” explains Little. “Small spaces demand a high level of design consideration to ensure that we maximize every piece of space. We have been deliberate in designing the furniture to be crafted into the fabric of the cabin. Our bed, kitchen, storage and seating has all been imagined as an extension to the structure of the cabin.”
The 260-square-foot Hytte module features tall ceilings of up to nearly 12 feet. Multiple windows fill the interior with natural light and frame views of the outdoors.
The L-shaped kitchenette is outfitted with minimalist black appliances and fixtures.