Urban cabin Lighthus is all about the angles in California’s South Lake Tahoe
Unexpected spaces await inside this light-filled cabin in California’s South Lake Tahoe – a stone’s throw from meadows and the waterfront.
The two-bedroom vacation home was built by Peripherie Design Studio in the Al Tahoe subdivision and has been named Lighthus. At night, the cabin glows like a lantern thanks to its glass facade and numerous windows which peek into the surrounding trees.
Living spaces are arranged in a continuous sequence around daily routines, though the family room is the most startling space thanks to its soaring pitched ceiling. Spatial functions are delineated by hardwood planks and ceiling panels which change orientation from room to room, with raw timber and plywood surfaces throughout.