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12 Favorites: Snow-Covered Cabins from the Remodelista Archives


12 Favorites: Snow-Covered Cabins from the Remodelista Archives

December 24, 2021

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.

a \19th century house in härnösand, sweden, renovated by sofia nyman  17
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.
a \197\1 aspen ski chalet renovated by oppenheim architecture from a wabi  18
Above: A 1971 Aspen ski chalet renovated by Oppenheim Architecture from A Wabi-Sabi Ski Chalet in Aspen, Colorado.
london architect jonathan tuckey overhauled a \17th century timber frame chalet 19
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.
an off the grid alpine cabin on the north end of vancouver island was designed  20
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.
belgian architect bruno erpicum of atelier d&#8\2\17;architecture bruno &am 21
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.
carla and niall maher have slowly restored a \1950&#8\2\17;s ranch house in 22
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.
hotel hakuba is a ski lodge outside nagano, japan, where founders acquired the  23
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.
a barn in west flanders is transformed by buro ii/archi+i; see more at a w 24
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.
an energy efficient house with black paneling by pedevilla architects in south  25
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.
the modern rustic guesthouse in vals, switzerland, brücke 49. see more at& 26
Above: The modern-rustic guesthouse in Vals, Switzerland, Brücke 49. See more at A Swiss Chalet Reborn (with Rooms to Rent).
a renovated \17th century engadine farmhouse in the swiss mountain village of b 27
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.
founding partners of buyse seghers architects bought a \17th century house in t 28
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.

More cabins and cottages set in winter wonderlands:

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

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