They Designed This Tiny Chilean Cabin From 7,000 Miles Away

Perched on the edge of a windswept bluff, the cozy getaway by Stanaćev Granados has walls of glass, a concealed suite of bunk beds, and a roof planted with succulents.
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Architects Nataša Stanaćev and Manu Granados were living in southern Spain when they received a request to build a small cabin next to an existing beach house. The client, a real estate developer named Andrés Galesio, explained that it would be a sort of hideaway for his teenage kids, a place where they could sleep and host barbecues and get-togethers. He had already chosen the location for this structure—right by the edge of a bluff on the property’s sloped yard—and he wanted the work to begin in a month. 

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