Date: April 8th, 2019

Head over to the Dwell main page today to catch a feature article on The Hut. Having been longtime subscribers and fans of Dwell, we’re excited to have our work recognized by the leading publisher of modern architecture. In the article, we discuss our approach to sustainability, stewardship of the land, and how the project came together.

Excerpt from the article:

Situated on a 2,000-acre cattle farm owned by the architect’s family in the Ohio Valley, this off-grid cabin—fondly referred to as The Hut—expertly blends Scandinavian-inspired minimalism and the rustic, country lifestyle. 

Architect Greg Dutton teamed up with his brother, Chris, and his father, John, to craft this sustainable, 600-square-foot dwelling with simple materials and techniques. A foundation of concrete piers causes minimal impact to the earth underneath, while cedar shingles on the cabin’s exterior allow it to blend seamlessly into the surrounding landscape…”

Follow the link to read the full article <here>.