Some architects might have taken one look at the uneven ground and thought, “This is no place for a summer home.” But when GO Logic saw the remote site on the lobster-fishing island of Vinalhaven, Maine, they saw a possibility. Taking advantage of the sloping terrain, the architects built a series of tiny cabins, each elevated on wooden platforms and connected by walkways. A living room and kitchen are inside the main cabin, while two bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms are tucked inside the other two buildings. The size of the three cabins is just 890 square feet altogether.
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