My greatest goal as a designer is to create architecture that suits the climate and the landscape of its site, when the building emerges so effortlessly from its place that it appears to have grown naturally, as if part of the land itself.
I take a rigorous approach to design and believe that floor plans should be concise and efficient. I create a maximum experience with a minimum footprint.
I am drawn to basic, unpretentious materials that weather naturally with time. I look to architecture for material and form inspiration. I often expose the structural framework in my designs, celebrating those required elements rather than hiding them from view.
I strive to create an architecture of authenticity, steering clear of passing style trends to focus on forms and functionality that will remain relevant years from now.
the RavenHouse Original
An Analog Oasis
The quintessential getaway, the RavenHouse Original blends vintage cabin aesthetics with simple modern details.
What folks are saying
“This cabin is outrageously cosy and comfortable...it is obviously stunning, but the thought, detail and functionality of this little oasis is incredible”
Ashleigh & Jeremy, Ontario
“...while dreaming of buying some land in Maine and building our own tiny cabin, I would scroll and scroll (and scroll) looking for design ideas, and would find individual things I liked but never a full vision. Until I saw the Ravenhouse. And I immediately thought ‘THIS!’ This is what I want it to feel like!”
Janice, North Carolina (currently building her RavenHouse NorthEast in Maine)
“DREAM IT and then DO IT! I’m so in love with this design & I’m having a blast working on it with my Father”