This tiny cabin is on the Pt. Reyes peninsula along the Northern California coast.
It’s a 260-square-foot building designed to support a large group of children for a yearly family summer camp.
The cottage is on a dairy farm and has a fun and yet traditional vibe that expresses the rural setting of the land.
Most of the materials used are non-corrosive and resistant to wear like the galvanized sheet metal on the roof, the batt siding and painted plywood.
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Tiny White Cottage on a Dairy Farm in Northern California
Images by Jeff Zaruba via Richardson Architects