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Surf Shacks 028 - Jess Bianchi + Malia Grace Mau
Nestled away in a remote and lush coastal nook of the Hawaiian island chain is the dream home of filmmaker Jess Bianchi and...
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Landscape, the Architect
High up in the mountains of Norway, the V-Lodge’s simplicity in design and choice of materials speak to its wild surroundings.
Full-height glazing caps the central living area.
The family retreat abuts a rocky cliff in Herfell, Norway.
A rear deck is nestled behind the central cabin, flanked by the sleeping quarters.
A shed provides storage for the owners’ tools as well as wood for the fireplace.
The auxiliary cabins contain the sleeping quarters. A ladder leads to a sleeping loft underneath a gabled ceiling.
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