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The Family Cabin

The Family Cabin
by Dale Mulfinger

DALE MULFINGER has been building and writing about cabins for more than 20 years and is widely acknowledged as the foremost expert on cabins in North America. In this new collection of 37 cabins and fascinating cabin stories, Mulfinger rekindles his love for this enduring American icon and provides inspiration for anyone dreaming of a peaceful retreat for their own family. Cabins have held a unique place in the lives and lore of many American families since the beginning of the 20th century, and cabin creation continues today with new forms and materials that give shelter at nature’s doorstep. Some of the cabins featured are brand-new, others have been passed down through the generations, but all are places where families come together to relax, to fish, to swim, to sit around the campfire, and best of all to make cabin memories.

“Architect and ‘cabinologist’ Dale Mulfinger possesses an intuitive sense about the deep

affection we hold for our cabins. Whether old or new, cottage or camp, these homes away

from home are intimate refuges where the family circle expands to include the woods,

the lake, the seashore.” — Chris Lee, editor of Midwest Home magazine


About the Author Minnesota architect and renowned "cabinologist" Dale Mulfinger has designed cabins all over North America. Principal emeritus of SALA Architects, he teaches a class on cabin design at the University of Minnesota School of Architecture. Dale is a fellow of the American Institute of Architects and the author of five books, including the best-selling The Cabin and Back to the Cabin, both published by The Taunton Press

by Dale Mulfinger

DALE MULFINGER has been building and writing about cabins for more than 20 years and is widely acknowledged as the foremost expert on cabins in North America. In this new collection of 37 cabins and fascinating cabin stories, Mulfinger rekindles his love for this enduring American icon and provides inspiration for anyone dreaming of a peaceful retreat for their own family. Cabins have held a unique place in the lives and lore of many American families since the beginning of the 20th century, and cabin creation continues today with new forms and materials that give shelter at nature’s doorstep. Some of the cabins featured are brand-new, others have been passed down through the generations, but all are places where families come together to relax, to fish, to swim, to sit around the campfire, and best of all to make cabin memories.

“Architect and ‘cabinologist’ Dale Mulfinger possesses an intuitive sense about the deep

affection we hold for our cabins. Whether old or new, cottage or camp, these homes away

from home are intimate refuges where the family circle expands to include the woods,

the lake, the seashore.” — Chris Lee, editor of Midwest Home magazine


About the Author DALE MULFINGER is a Minnesota architect and renowned “cabinologist” who has designed more than 100 cabins all over North America. Principal emeritus of SALA Architects and a fellow of the American Institute of Architects, Dale is the author of fi ve books, including the best-selling The Cabin, Back to the Cabin, and Cabinology: A Handbook to Your Private Hideaway, all published by The Taunton Press.

by Dale Mulfinger

DALE MULFINGER has been building and writing about cabins for more than 20 years and is widely acknowledged as the foremost expert on cabins in North America. In this new collection of 37 cabins and fascinating cabin stories, Mulfinger rekindles his love for this enduring American icon and provides inspiration for anyone dreaming of a peaceful retreat for their own family. Cabins have held a unique place in the lives and lore of many American families since the beginning of the 20th century, and cabin creation continues today with new forms and materials that give shelter at nature’s doorstep. Some of the cabins featured are brand-new, others have been passed down through the generations, but all are places where families come together to relax, to fish, to swim, to sit around the campfire, and best of all to make cabin memories.

“Architect and ‘cabinologist’ Dale Mulfinger possesses an intuitive sense about the deep

affection we hold for our cabins. Whether old or new, cottage or camp, these homes away

from home are intimate refuges where the family circle expands to include the woods,

the lake, the seashore.” — Chris Lee, editor of Midwest Home magazine


About the Author DALE MULFINGER is a Minnesota architect and renowned “cabinologist” who has designed more than 100 cabins all over North America. Principal emeritus of SALA Architects and a fellow of the American Institute of Architects, Dale is the author of fi ve books, including the best-selling The Cabin, Back to the Cabin, and Cabinology: A Handbook to Your Private Hideaway, all published by The Taunton Press.

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DALE MULFINGER has been building and writing about cabins for more than 20 years and is widely acknowledged as the foremost expert on cabins in North America. In this new collection of 37 cabins and fascinating cabin stories, Mulfinger rekindles his love for this enduring American icon and provides inspiration for anyone dreaming of a peaceful retreat for their own family. Cabins have held a unique place in the lives and lore of many American families since the beginning of the 20th century, and cabin creation continues today with new forms and materials that give shelter at nature’s doorstep. Some of the cabins featured are brand-new, others have been passed down through the generations, but all are places where families come together to relax, to fish, to swim, to sit around the campfire, and best of all to make cabin memories.

“Architect and ‘cabinologist’ Dale Mulfinger possesses an intuitive sense about the deep

affection we hold for our cabins. Whether old or new, cottage or camp, these homes away

from home are intimate refuges where the family circle expands to include the woods,

the lake, the seashore.” — Chris Lee, editor of Midwest Home magazine


About the Author Minnesota architect and renowned "cabinologist" Dale Mulfinger has designed cabins all over North America. Principal emeritus of SALA Architects, he teaches a class on cabin design at the University of Minnesota School of Architecture. Dale is a fellow of the American Institute of Architects and the author of five books, including the best-selling The Cabin and Back to the Cabin, both published by The Taunton Press

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DALE MULFINGER has been building and writing about cabins for more than 20 years and is widely acknowledged as the foremost expert on cabins in North America. In this new collection of 37 cabins and fascinating cabin stories, Mulfinger rekindles his love for this enduring American icon and provides inspiration for anyone dreaming of a peaceful retreat for their own family. Cabins have held a unique place in the lives and lore of many American families since the beginning of the 20th century, and cabin creation continues today with new forms and materials that give shelter at nature’s doorstep. Some of the cabins featured are brand-new, others have been passed down through the generations, but all are places where families come together to relax, to fish, to swim, to sit around the campfire, and best of all to make cabin memories.

“Architect and ‘cabinologist’ Dale Mulfinger possesses an intuitive sense about the deep

affection we hold for our cabins. Whether old or new, cottage or camp, these homes away

from home are intimate refuges where the family circle expands to include the woods,

the lake, the seashore.” — Chris Lee, editor of Midwest Home magazine


About the Author DALE MULFINGER is a Minnesota architect and renowned “cabinologist” who has designed more than 100 cabins all over North America. Principal emeritus of SALA Architects and a fellow of the American Institute of Architects, Dale is the author of fi ve books, including the best-selling The Cabin, Back to the Cabin, and Cabinology: A Handbook to Your Private Hideaway, all published by The Taunton Press.

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DALE MULFINGER has been building and writing about cabins for more than 20 years and is widely acknowledged as the foremost expert on cabins in North America. In this new collection of 37 cabins and fascinating cabin stories, Mulfinger rekindles his love for this enduring American icon and provides inspiration for anyone dreaming of a peaceful retreat for their own family. Cabins have held a unique place in the lives and lore of many American families since the beginning of the 20th century, and cabin creation continues today with new forms and materials that give shelter at nature’s doorstep. Some of the cabins featured are brand-new, others have been passed down through the generations, but all are places where families come together to relax, to fish, to swim, to sit around the campfire, and best of all to make cabin memories.

“Architect and ‘cabinologist’ Dale Mulfinger possesses an intuitive sense about the deep

affection we hold for our cabins. Whether old or new, cottage or camp, these homes away

from home are intimate refuges where the family circle expands to include the woods,

the lake, the seashore.” — Chris Lee, editor of Midwest Home magazine


About the Author DALE MULFINGER is a Minnesota architect and renowned “cabinologist” who has designed more than 100 cabins all over North America. Principal emeritus of SALA Architects and a fellow of the American Institute of Architects, Dale is the author of fi ve books, including the best-selling The Cabin, Back to the Cabin, and Cabinology: A Handbook to Your Private Hideaway, all published by The Taunton Press.

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Table Of Contents Introduction History Lessons A Cabin with a History The Camp That Keeps on Growing Peace Cabin Welcoming Cabin Windswept All about the Porch For Everyone a View Family Memories Heavenly Haven Trustworthy In Search of a Mountain Cabin In the Treetops Mother’s Place Nature’s Bounty Island Cabin on Elbow Lake High Country Timber Frame Trout Fishing in Minnesota Escape to Boone Mountain Stealth Cabin A Maine Island Camp
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ISBN 978-1-63186-652-4
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Author Dale Mulfinger
Publication Year 2017
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Pages 272
Photo 320
Drawings 78
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Table Of Contents Introduction History Lessons A Cabin with a History The Camp That Keeps on Growing Peace Cabin Welcoming Cabin Windswept All about the Porch For Everyone a View Family Memories Heavenly Haven Trustworthy In Search of a Mountain Cabin In the Treetops Mother’s Place Nature’s Bounty Island Cabin on Elbow Lake High Country Timber Frame Trout Fishing in Minnesota Escape to Boone Mountain Stealth Cabin A Maine Island Camp
Intro No
ISBN 978-1-63186-658-6
Video No
Author Dale Mulfinger
Publication Year 2017
Dimensions No
Pages 272
Photo 320
Drawings 78
Other Formats No
Cover No
Format Paperback

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Table Of Contents Introduction History Lessons A Cabin with a History The Camp That Keeps on Growing Peace Cabin Welcoming Cabin Windswept All about the Porch For Everyone a View Family Memories Heavenly Haven Trustworthy In Search of a Mountain Cabin In the Treetops Mother’s Place Nature’s Bounty Island Cabin on Elbow Lake High Country Timber Frame Trout Fishing in Minnesota Escape to Boone Mountain Stealth Cabin A Maine Island Camp
Intro No
Video No
Author Dale Mulfinger
ISBN 978-1-63186-903-7
Publication Year 2017
Pages 272
Photo 320
Drawings 78
Video Download No
Other Formats No
Cover No
Format eBook (PDF)
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