Only 600 square feet of space makes this more like a permanent tent than a cabin, but the Tye River Cabin is as inviting and beautifully designed as once could imagine. The steel, concrete and wood structure, by one of our favorite and frequently blogged about architects, is situated in a dense forest near the […]
Now that almost everyone on the planet has been stuck within the confines of their homes due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, they may be reevaluating their living spaces, distinguishing their wants from the needs. If you’ve found that you’ve got more space and stuff than you need to happily exist, and yet you still appreciate […]
Standing 25 feet above the ground, this steel framed cabin combines the look of a treehouse with the cozy wood-clad interior of a modern home and is a the perfect perch for birdwatching and a private sanctuary for writing, which is exactly what the clients wanted.
The Neste Nolla Cabin is an A-frame mobile cabin built from sustainable materials and designed to have minimal environmental impact in terms of both carbon dioxide emissions and concrete impact on nature. The prototype is located on a Finnish Island and is available to book through Airbnb for a limited time!
Part of Australia’s Kimo Estate, JR’s Eco Hut is an A-frame cabin designed by Anthony Hunt Design and Luke Stanley Architects. Private and secluded, it’s nestled high in the hills with the Australian bush as your backyard. And it’s stunning.
Frank van Brunschot is a custom woodworker and antique furniture restorer in Brisbane, Australia. He’s been crafting with wood since the young age of 14 when he began a cabinetmaking apprenticeship in Toowoomba (a city in Queensland) working for Hagan Furniture. In 2005 he set up his first Australia-based workshop and has been churning out […]
Douglas Burnham of Envelope A+D designed this very cool compound of sorts – a cluster of tented cabins on stilts connected by a wood walkway for a family in Northern California.
Jackson Clements Burrows Moonlight Cabin is a small, modest coastal retreat set upon a harsh windswept landscape. Designed to open out into the elements and embrace the ever-changing landscape, it’s a mere 60 sqm of living space, but makes great use of the space.