Mountain Cabin Design Made of Concrete and Wood Architecture by Drexler Guinand Jauslin. This mountain house design was inspired through the traditional countryside houses and stables. This home’s structure has contemporary touches that’s still current toward the today’s modern era. The cabin was designed using two main materials, the first is concrete that is encircling the base and second may be the wood clad material in the upper floor. The village style cabin has modern interior inside it with minimalist touches.
Here the architects applied and fill it in with large double glazed windows that stretch up to the roofline, giving the inhabitants a breath taking snowy vista. The open concept layout house is perfectly applied in this house as by doing that the people living inside can view and enjoy the scenery from many points inside this cabin designed.