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New pine and spruce wood from the Pyrenees (both recyclable and PEFC certified) were selected for the façade of the...
The cabin is notable for its terrain-conscious materials: local stone lines the front facade and the grass-coated roof...
When they are eventually integrated into the parks, the cabins are meant to stand in groups of ten to 15.
The units don't even require foundations—simple ground screws from Krinner are enough to support them.
Large sliding glass doors allow daylight to fill the living room.
The outer wall means residents don’t have to worry about privacy when the sun goes down and the house’s windows begin...
In addition to charred wood siding—shown here in the cherry stain—Sett Studio can also add decking and landscaping.
“The house almost doesn’t exist, but serves as the subtle cloak between inhabitant and environment.”—Cynthia,...
Since Copenhagen is generally cold, the house was painted black to trap warmth.
“I’m interested in designing things that are exactly what they need to be and nothing more.” —Architect Linda...
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