The approaching winter again reminds us that the best vacation is somewhere in the mountains in a cozy chalet.
Fresh frosty air, stunning landscapes, crackling firewood in the fireplace and a wonderful mood. Austin Cabin is a house located in Martis Camp, an amazing attempt by architects to bring Texas motifs to the California region.
The house impresses with its combination of rustic and modern style. Used materials were used in the construction, the natural texture helps to create a warm and welcoming atmosphere. The authors of the project represent the companies Walton Architecture and Greenwood Homes.
Although the magnificent house can already boast of a wonderful style, the harmonious use of natural stone, previously used wood, bull skins and other luxurious textures helped to create a unique rustic atmosphere.
Large sliding glass doors connecting the living room on the ground floor with an outdoor recreation area serve as an element of modern design. The boundary between the two spaces is almost invisible, allowing you to spend as much time as possible by the garden fireplace.