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Today we will show you tiny cabin from Upper Tract, West Virginia– USA
This prototype building is made with sustainable and recyclable materials that can be fabricated off site then transported and quickly assembled where desired.
The Crib, takes its basic form from traditional American corn cribs, which were common farm buildings that served to store and dry corn. However, here the form is realized as a more sophisticated kit of parts.
The simple but exceptionally sturdy structural concept allows considerable flexibility in the length of the building and degree and type of outfitting.
- Location : Upper Tract, WV
- Completed : 2011
- Contractor: Added Dimensions Construction
- Photography : Hoachlander Davis Photography
- 2013 Architizer Award
- 2012 AIA Maryland Award
- 2012 Inform Award
- 2011 AIA Potomac Valley Award
Source : Broadhurst Architects
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