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    Koby Cottage / Garrison Architects

    Built by Garrison Architects in Albion, United States Garrison Architects approaches projects through a process of extensive research that responds to the current economic...
    • natalie vazquez

      open spaces, a must!

    • Kylee Petersen

      light, view and natural materials

    • Henk ter Maten

      Prefab dwell glass roof

    • Jacque Varsalona

      Leading architectural firm Garrison Architects designed the Koby Cottage. This modern cottage is located in the city of Albion in the US state of Michigan.

    • Sara P

      Epic natural light! The Koby Cottage was designed by the Brooklyn-based Garrison Architects as a weekend retreat for families visiting their teens at the non-profit Starr Commonwealth in Albion, Michigan. It’s an 1100-square-foot prefab that consists of two modules that intersect with a central dining area.

    • Lauren Marghetti

      Dream dining room

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