When you arrive at the cabin, your feet meet the grass and something inside yields to those blades, the moisture, and the soil beneath them.
It started with an acknowledgement of nostalgia. For us, the cabin represented a place full of memories. As things get upgraded around the house, the outdated versions get sent to the cabin. The result is a mystical place full of memories and trinkets from decades past.
Textiles from when everything was orange, life jackets from when the kids were growing up, lawn chairs from before the backyard was landscaped, and the garden hose from before quick-release nozzles were invented. We focused on all these items, distilling them down into their basic colours, shapes, and patterns, in an attempt to preserve their essence in a modern way.