Three micro cabins, designed as summer guesthouses, on an island off the coast of Maine

Little House on the Ferry by GO Logic

Photography by Trent Bell

 

GO Logic designed these seasonal guesthouses, made up of three micro cabins, on an island off the coast of Maine.

 

Little House on the Ferry by GO Logic

Photography by Trent Bell

The owners, who reside primarily in Austria, spend their summers and early fall on the island, in a larger, older residence.

Little House on the Ferry by GO Logic

Photography by Trent Bell

And when the adjacent property, a defunct granite quarry with a dilapidated trailer, became available, they purchased it, with plans to build a guesthouse for visiting family and friends.

Little House on the Ferry by GO Logic

Photography by Trent Bell

This resulted in these small cabins being built on piers that hover over the former quarry, minimizing the impact of the recovering vegetation in the area.

Little House on the Ferry by GO Logic

Photography by Trent Bell

Each cabin is connected by a series of platforms, that step down to the next cabin.

Little House on the Ferry by GO Logic

Photography by Trent Bell

Little House on the Ferry by GO Logic

Photography by Trent Bell

Inside, there is a a nice living space, giving guests privacy and space to relax in.

Little House on the Ferry by GO Logic

Photography by Trent Bell

As well as a kitchen and dining area.

Little House on the Ferry by GO Logic

Photography by Trent Bell

Here is the view from the bedroom within another of the cabins.

Little House on the Ferry by GO Logic

Photography by Trent Bell

The cabin also has a small bathroom.

Little House on the Ferry by GO Logic

Photography by Trent Bell

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