Inspiring Photographs of Wilderness Cabins

Viewing these photographs of wilderness cabins provides a cornucopia of inspiring examples from a beautiful new book about some of the country's finest cabins.


| February/March 2002



Inspiring photographs from the new book by Dale Mulfinger and Susan E. Davis from Taunton Press.

Inspiring photographs from the new book by Dale Mulfinger and Susan E. Davis from Taunton Press.


PHOTO: MICHAEL JENSEN

Inspiring photographs of wilderness cabins from the new book by Taunton Press.

Back to Nature. Solitude. Escape. Intimacy. Self-sufficiency.
Romance. Refuge. Resourcefulness. Nostalgia. These are the
feelings these photographs of wilderness cabins evoke and they're at the root of my passion for this
elemental building form.

— Dale Mulfinger, architect cabinologist and co-author of  The Cabin

The shell for this cabin was a precut post-and-beam kit that was
constructed by three people during a
three-week vacation. The cabin sits on
the shore of Washington's Whidbey
Island.

Featuring an outdoor fireplace, this open-
air sleeping porch provides maximum
contact with the outdoors and views of the
surrounding San Juan Islands.

Recycled mahogany windows and six other species of
wood create the rich paneling in the living room of this whimsical
cabin on tiny Watch Island in New York's Adirondack Mountains.

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