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Rolling Wilderness Huts in Washington by OSKA Architects

By Inthralld on Jun 18, 2012

Taking a more refined approach to camping the design team at Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen Architects introduced their Rolling Huts.

Completed back in 2008 the project is located in Mazama, Washington. The Rolling Huts were created to help facilitate the owner’s need for space to house both family and friends that would visit. Each hut is constructed from an offset steel clad box on a steel and wood platform, all resting on a set of wheels to make transportation simple. The weather resistant exterior are comprised of material that are durable and require no maintenance which includes plywood along with car-decking. The huts are grouped together on a former RV campground, and feel more like a cabin in the woods than anything.

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