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Historic Miner’s Refuge Single Family Home

In order to protect the fragile environment and satisfying clients, sometimes architecture should embrace the unique character of an area and the history of the area. This house called Miner’s Refuge by Johnston Architects is intended as a runagate for the weekend from the crowd and clattering city located in harsh terrain of Methow yet full with beautiful view. The weekend retreat house is carefully built at the base of the hillside which is smartly tucked in between trees to take advantage and preserving the views around it. The strongest feature of this house is the patio and the expansive vista of meadow which become the house primary components of design. This house has been built on 1900 SF, where it consist of an open kitchen, open living and dining area and two modest master suites and a small bunk room which is able to give a perfect accommodation up to four guests. This single family residence also uses renewable and environmentally responsible products as best as it can.

Historic Miner's Refuge House Back View
Historic Miner's Refuge House Back View
Historic Miner's Refuge House Front End View
Historic Miner's Refuge House Front End View
Historic Miner's Refuge House Front View
Historic Miner's Refuge House Front View
Historic Miner's Refuge House Living Room View
Historic Miner's Refuge House Living Room View
Historic Miner's Refuge House Side View
Historic Miner's Refuge House Side View
Historic Miner's Refuge House View From Corner
Historic Miner's Refuge House View From Corner
Historic Miners Refuge Bunk Single Family Residence
Historic Miners Refuge Bunk Single Family Residence

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