As can probably tell by now, we love outstanding and exceptional modern architecture. We’ve seen plenty of incredible examples, and today we get another one. This one is located on the Washington island of the same name; the Whidbey Island Farm Retreat. This stunning dwelling was designed by Seattle architect’s mwworks. Designed as a seasonal retreat upon a family’s farmland, the structure is a natural hideaway.
The home is set inside an alcove of Douglas fir trees, while designed to be flexible and durable from a growing family. The structure is host to basalt stone walls and rustic gravel. This breaks up the home spaces, divided between a four-bedroom main house and furnished bunkhouses.
The rugged construction aids in the dwelling’s ability to blend into the natural surroundings. The large glass windows allow the interior to be immersed with the nature while peering into the neighboring buildings. The black steel accents and solo plaster walls add a clean aesthetic, opening the home in the process. The exterior is host to open-air decks and a fire pit, as well as nooks for relaxing.
Take a closer look at this beautiful modern structure in the images below and find out more from mwworks right now! Keep it locked with The Culture Curators for more outstanding modern architecture coming soon.
Photos via Kevin Scott