I'm on vacation for the Holidays in Tennessee, taking a moment to catch my breath from the gogogo of city life in New York. Something about the fresh air and the wide open spaces that I've been able to enjoy the last few days brought this "Cabin of Curiosities" to mind. I get a sense of wonder about this particular project, promoting reverence for it's whimsical location. The Allandale A-frame vacation house in Mountain West was designed by William O'Brien Jr., an Assistant Professor of Architecture at the MIT School of Architecture and Planning.
What a privilege to be able to get away every now and then to enjoy the leaves and the sky, and what a bonus it is when your tent in the woods is about as beautiful as the surroundings.