The Foster Loop residence was designed by Stability Associates Architects and is a 1,653 sq.-foot , two-story cabin situated in Mazama Village. within the japanese a part of Washington state, USA. The location of the challenge was loved by the house owners for a few years, of their tenting journeys. In response to the architects, “the design minimizes influence to the surroundings by elevating the residence off the bottom with small concrete piers. The entry to the home is a barely elevated stroll that results in the entry and stair. This entry opens as much as a 1 half story dwelling area and kitchen that are anchored by a centrally situated hearth and the stair. This stair results in the tent like bedrooms with low partitions on the second flooring. Each ends of the residence have indoor/outside areas. There’s additionally a deck and elevated catwalk that runs between the timber, throughout a small valley, and empties onto a grassy clearing within the woods.” Discover this residence as interesting as we do?