Contemporary A-formed home hidden in Mountain West (Allandale House: A Cabin of Curiosities)

William A’Brien Jr.‘s Allandale House is a powerful construction mimicking the letter “A”. Its robust visible impression is given by the darkish color chosen for the outside, in addition to the form and modernity of its asymmetry. Located in Mountain West, the home acts like a trip residence for a household in love with odd issues like a set of positive wines, uncommon books and stuffed birds.

Allandale House by William OBrien Jr 1 Contemporary A shaped house hidden in Mountain West (Allandale House: A Cabin of Curiosities)

Allandale House by William OBrien Jr 2 Contemporary A shaped house hidden in Mountain West (Allandale House: A Cabin of Curiosities)

The largest a part of the residence homes two flooring that includes the bedrooms and loos; the medium sized a part of the construction is occupied by the dwelling and eating areas and the kitchen. The angled corners are well used as space for storing and every part was rigorously deliberate to make sure probably the most snug dwelling type. Looking from the within out, the fashionable strains are dimed by a powerful forest surrounding the home.

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