Pacific Northwest Ocean Cabin-Cutler Anderson Architects

A Rustic Hideaway Perches on a Wooded Bluff Overlooking the Washington Coast

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The main entrance is reached via a covered pathway constructed of cross-laminated timber with cedar infill walls. "The idea was to shield the view until you go through the compressive experience of the entry walk," says architect James Cutler. "Then, beyond the front door, there are two stories of glass looking straight out at the ocean."