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12 Favorites: Snow-Covered Cabins from the Remodelista Archives

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12 Favorites: Snow-Covered Cabins from the Remodelista Archives

December 25, 2018

For those of us in the cold, here are 12 snow-covered exteriors from some of our favorite projects to keep us inspired through the winter months ahead.

12 Favorites SnowCovered Cabins from the Remodelista Archives A \19th century house in Härnösand, Sweden, renovated by Sofia Nyman of Skälsö; see more at A Darkly Romantic House in Sweden by Skälsö Architects.
Above: A 19th-century house in Härnösand, Sweden, renovated by Sofia Nyman of Skälsö; see more at A Darkly Romantic House in Sweden by Skälsö Architects.
12 Favorites SnowCovered Cabins from the Remodelista Archives A \197\1 Aspen ski chalet renovated by Oppenheim Architecture from A Wabi Sabi Ski Chalet in Aspen, Colorado.
Above: A 1971 Aspen ski chalet renovated by Oppenheim Architecture from A Wabi-Sabi Ski Chalet in Aspen, Colorado.
12 Favorites SnowCovered Cabins from the Remodelista Archives London architect Jonathan Tuckey overhauled a \17th century timber frame chalet in Andermatt, Switzerland. For more, see Swish Chalet: An Alpine Remodel by Jonathan Tuckey.
Above: London architect Jonathan Tuckey overhauled a 17th-century timber-frame chalet in Andermatt, Switzerland. For more, see Swish Chalet: An Alpine Remodel by Jonathan Tuckey.
12 Favorites SnowCovered Cabins from the Remodelista Archives An off the grid alpine cabin on the north end of Vancouver Island was designed and built by Susan Scott and David Scott of Scott & Scott Architects. See more at An Off the Grid Cabin in Vancouver, Candlelight Included.
Above: An off-the-grid alpine cabin on the north end of Vancouver Island was designed and built by Susan Scott and David Scott of Scott & Scott Architects. See more at An Off-the-Grid Cabin in Vancouver, Candlelight Included.
12 Favorites SnowCovered Cabins from the Remodelista Archives Belgian architect Bruno Erpicum of Atelier d&#8\2\17;Architecture Bruno & Partners transformed a historic house in the Belgian countryside with a glass enclosed living room. See more at Architect Visit: Bruno Erpicum & Partners in Belgium.
Above: Belgian architect Bruno Erpicum of Atelier d’Architecture Bruno & Partners transformed a historic house in the Belgian countryside with a glass-enclosed living room. See more at Architect Visit: Bruno Erpicum & Partners in Belgium.
12 Favorites SnowCovered Cabins from the Remodelista Archives Carla and Niall Maher have slowly restored a \1950&#8\2\17;s ranch house in Westchester to its midcentury roots. See more at The Wood House: A Midcentury Work in Progress in Westchester.
Above: Carla and Niall Maher have slowly restored a 1950’s ranch house in Westchester to its midcentury roots. See more at The Wood House: A Midcentury Work in Progress in Westchester.
12 Favorites SnowCovered Cabins from the Remodelista Archives Hotel Hakuba is a ski lodge outside Nagano, Japan, where founders acquired the rights to produce Finn Juhl furniture. For more, see Hotel Hakuba: A Japanese Ski Lodge for Scandi Design Fanatics.
Above: Hotel Hakuba is a ski lodge outside Nagano, Japan, where founders acquired the rights to produce Finn Juhl furniture. For more, see Hotel Hakuba: A Japanese Ski Lodge for Scandi Design Fanatics.
12 Favorites SnowCovered Cabins from the Remodelista Archives A barn in West Flanders is transformed by Buro II/Archi+I; see more at A West Flanders Barn Tells a Tale of Two Seasons.
Above: A barn in West Flanders is transformed by Buro II/Archi+I; see more at A West Flanders Barn Tells a Tale of Two Seasons.
12 Favorites SnowCovered Cabins from the Remodelista Archives An energy efficient house with black paneling by Pedevilla Architects in South Tryol, Italy. For more, see The Mountain Rental: A Holiday House in the Italian Alps.
Above: An energy-efficient house with black paneling by Pedevilla Architects in South Tryol, Italy. For more, see The Mountain Rental: A Holiday House in the Italian Alps.
12 Favorites SnowCovered Cabins from the Remodelista Archives The modern rustic guesthouse in Vals, Switzerland, Brücke 49. See more at A Swiss Chalet Reborn (with Rooms to Rent).
Above: The modern-rustic guesthouse in Vals, Switzerland, Brücke 49. See more at A Swiss Chalet Reborn (with Rooms to Rent).
12 Favorites SnowCovered Cabins from the Remodelista Archives A renovated \17th century Engadine farmhouse in the Swiss mountain village of Bever. For more, see Chesa Wazzau: A Restored Farmhouse Near St. Moritz.
Above: A renovated 17th-century Engadine farmhouse in the Swiss mountain village of Bever. For more, see Chesa Wazzau: A Restored Farmhouse Near St. Moritz.
12 Favorites SnowCovered Cabins from the Remodelista Archives Founding partners of Buyse Seghers Architects bought a \17th century house in the Flemish countryside renovating it as their own residence. For more, see A Fairy Tale Castle in Belgium: The Architects’ Version.
Above: Founding partners of Buyse Seghers Architects bought a 17th-century house in the Flemish countryside renovating it as their own residence. For more, see A Fairy-Tale Castle in Belgium: The Architects’ Version.

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N.B.: This post is an update; the original story ran on December 29, 2017.

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