This ‘Herd’ of Rolling Huts Wants to Host Your Next Campout
Ah, the Cascades.
Tall trees, big skies and greens and blues you’ll only find elsewhere on a Benjamin Moore paint palette.
With so much to take in, your digs should be a spartan, restrained complement to their environs, and that’s exactly what you get with Olson Kundig, a local architecture firm that creates “visions of modern engineering that never overshadow the surrounding wilds.”
Never is that ethos more evident than with this little village — or “herd,” if you will — of stripped-back cabins on wheels, which wed industrial and frontier motifs to brilliant effect.
Located in the Methow Valley, a Pacific playground four hours northeast of Seattle surrounded by mountains, lakes and national forest land, each cabin comes equipped with kitchen essentials, modular furniture, a fireplace and a sleeping platform fit for you and a special someone.
Communal toilets and showers are housed in a separate unit, although you can probably also find a tree with some coverage if you don’t mind a little immodesty.
The cabins are perched on the site of a former RV park, and make a great setting for family reunions, weddings and the like.
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