Collection by Jessie Philipp

To dwellers in a wood

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“To dwellers in a wood, almost every species of tree has its voice as well as its feature.”
Thomas Hardy, Under the Greenwood Tree

“The home is quite small, but designed in such a way that you don’t feel it,” Herrin says.
The Woodman’s Treehouse
The Woodman’s Treehouse transports its guests into a green wonderland where uninterrupted views of the forest and modern comforts...
Fallingwater (1935, Mill Run, Pennsylvania).
Claire and Ken Stevens approached architect Ko Wibowo to create a modern addition to their 1970s home in Tacoma,...
The addition, which includes a bedroom and a bathroom, also boasts an enclosed deck, a feature recommended for those...
The new spaces recall the original design with their use of natural materials like wood and stone.
A mix of red cedar shingles and scales make of the exterior.
Set in the lush Wisconsin forest, this neatly stacked cabin was built vertically in order to minimize the amount of...
The Fish Camp acts as the couple’s forest getaway, just a quarter mile from their main house.
Uninspired by the loft options in downtown Portland, Oregon, the Andréns opted to design and build their own...
“Segovia is a very central region, but an underdeveloped one,” de la Quadra-Salcedo says.
The Isidore cabin sleeps four.
The architects designed every gesture of the home as a complement to the landscape, including the slot windows that...
With their matching peaked roofs, every cabin nods to the traditional form of countryside retreats.
The charred cedar exterior gently basks in the Alaskan sun.
Buser and Chapoton blackened the exterior cladding themselves.
Sebastian Heise’s wooden structure, seemingly atilt, overlooks a green valley in Oberwiesenthal, Germany.
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