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A-fram cabin, 1960s catalog of vacation houses promoting the use of Douglas Fir Plywood via Retro Renovation

18 midcentury modern vacation homes - including a "Homarina" and a Japanese-style tea house

A-fram cabin, 1960s catalog of vacation houses promoting the use of Douglas Fir Plywood via Retro Renovation

We love the look of this forest cabin -- reimagined with a sleek style. The bright red paint pops on the A-frame roof.  The open floor plan and walls of windows bring the serene surroundings indoors, day and night. “When you step up on the porch, it’s got a view of the mountains."

This Lovely A-frame Cabin Near the Sierra National Forest Has a Modern Twist

We love the look of this forest cabin -- reimagined with a sleek style. The bright red paint pops on the A-frame roof. The open floor plan and walls of windows bring the serene surroundings indoors, day and night. “When you step up on the porch, it’s got a view of the mountains."

Andrew Geller's First A-Frame Design, Reese House, 1955.

Andrew Geller's First A-Frame Design, Reese House, 1955.

Least invasive staircase solution I've seen yet for an A-frame space. Also like the open floor plan.

Least invasive staircase solution I've seen yet for an A-frame space. Also like the open floor plan.

i stayed in an A-frame house during a farmstay vacation in Perth. It was lovely and warm.

Lindal Homes: Reinventing the A-Frame as a Modern Green Home

i stayed in an A-frame house during a farmstay vacation in Perth. It was lovely and warm.

a template on the ground makes sure each "A" is exactly the same as the last. Without the template there is no way to ensue that the "A's" will be the proper height or fit on the deck. Even a slight deviation of 1 or 2 degrees will throw a 24' board askew from the others and make life really difficult.

a template on the ground makes sure each "A" is exactly the same as the last. Without the template there is no way to ensue that the "A's" will be the proper height or fit on the deck. Even a slight deviation of 1 or 2 degrees will throw a 24' board askew from the others and make life really difficult.

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