Collection by Erika Heet

Incredible Island Houses Part One

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Islands provide their inhabitants with a sense of peace, and their architects with a set of real challenges, from rough topography to sites reachable only by boat. See how the two merge beautifully in the following island retreats we love.

547 Beachcomber Walk by architect Andrew Geller (1958-61), Restoration helmed by Larson and Paul Architects in 2006.
In Præstø, on the Danish island of Zealand, a guesthouse infuses the regional vernacular with Japanese influence.
Cedar slats mark the facade of Floating House, Doug and Becca Worple's lake house in Ontario.
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Stone walls, a pine tree exploding out of a deep overhang, iroko decking, outdoor rooms, a glassy swimming pool, and...
The architects discreetly sunk a pool into the roof terrace of the old corral.
Two Black Sheds incorporates all the conventional aspects of a weekend retreat in a rather unconventional way.
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