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Located 2 hours west of Sydney in the dense bush of the BlueMountains, The Little Black Cabin has been transformed from a dilapidated 1800’s workers cottage into a luxurious and compact retreat with a magnificent view. For the owner, architect & builder, Stewart Smith of Smith Architects, designing the cabin in a sustainable way and responding directly to the specific site was key. Reducing the cottage back from 56sqm to its original 28sqm, Smith saved as much of the existing structure as possible and recycled all the original bricks, choosing simple materials and tones for the new design that would connect the cabin to the bush. Once inside, a large bay window designed to capture the view from all angels, opens up the living space to the scenic mountain. Connected to this is the kitchen featuring a deep, tiled bench with space for multiple prep areas: the appliances, drawers and cupboards integrated into the unit, their different shapes and sizes meshing together like a jigsaw. Separated from the living spaces by a large sliding door, the bedroom contains a cozy large storage bed, surrounded by clever shelving that doubles as desk space. Adjoining this is a surprisingly luxurious bathroom that echoes the luxe comfort present throughout the home.
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