The Slice by Saunders Architecture is a tiny cabin that’s built around three existing plum trees
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The Slice is a tiny, backyard cabin by Saunders Architecture that presented a welcome design challenge for Canadian-born, Norway-based architect Todd Saunders. The minimalist space was designed with the constraints of the site in mind, and is built around three mature plum trees, which serve to reinforce the connection between the compact interior and the broad expanse outside.
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