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superrkül dubbed this project the Stealth Cabin because it's hidden in the landscape and will continue to recede in...
Sævik compares her house to a contemplative hideout. “It’s very quiet,” she says.
Subtle features incorporated into the design, including an elevated terrace and jetty, help the home float above the...
The House for a Musher is all about taking advantage of its hilltop site.
The site needed a path that would let residents easily ascend from the bank to the house.
Rocks that were unearthed while digging the foundation make up the hardscape in the rear, beyond the open porch.
The house is divided into three sections connected by a series of outdoor galleries.
Short StackA tiny cabin in the Wisconsin Woods makes a big impact with Johnsen & Schmaling's innovative stacked design.
The 1950s desk in the office is from the original house; the chair is by Aksel, a Norwegian furniture company.
Woody35's distinct shape makes it stand out from its surroundings despite the modest size of the building.
“Their lives revolve around ocean activities, reading, music, and good food and wine,” Jones says of the owners.
The facade consists of exposed concrete, Galvalume roofing, and cedar or torrefied wood coating.
Large sliding glass doors allow daylight to fill the living room.
Philip Jodidio's Cabins (Taschen, November 2014) chronicles how architects have explored the concept of a minimal,...
“They wanted the new cabin to make a ‘L’ shape with the older cabin, but I convinced them to mimic the old cabin on the...
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