To fulfill its water requirements there is a 20000-liter rain water tank with a filter system. The premise also sports a waste water treatment system to process waste generated by the building. A garden nourished with waste water supply adds to the beauty of the residence.
The exquisite cabin retreat was built for a multi-generation family who wanted a place to spend their time together with the minimum of necessities and maximum comfort. Surrounded by exceptional surroundings that were captured in the design of the interiors and exteriors Molly’s Cabin sits just 8 miles from the marina.
On the third level are housed 4 bedrooms including a master bedroom with clear urban landscape from a private balcony. Last but not the least is the top floor which features a rooftop viewing deck with 360 degree views of the whole city the suburb and the mountains.
The guest bedroom and kitchen are separated by the stack wooden crates. In the middle of this accumulation he placed bright orange cabinets of the 50s and on top the glass collections of the 50s and the 70s. For free movement around he avoided excess materials but at the same time he did preserve the memories nursed by this building.
You might recognize the architect’s style from seeing the Bergman Werntoft House featured on Decoist a while ago. There are a few resemblances seen in both these residences – one of them is the same arrangement of the floor plan around an inner garden.