The Small But Spectacular Tye River Cabin by Olson Kundig

Small But Spectacular Tye River Cabin

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 Tye River in Skykomish, Washington and connects to the natural environment that surrounds it. (more…)

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Woodnest Treehouses in Norway by Architects Helen&Hard

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Completed this year, Woodnest in Norway is a family run business offering two stunning treehouses in which you can get away from the concrete jungle. The timber structures, by architects Helen&Hard, are nicely designed, wood-clad treehouses nestled in the woods of Odda, Norway that look out over the magnificent Hardanger fjord. (more…)

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Isolation Here Would Be Heaven: The Wave Cabin.

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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 aesthetics, the Wave Cabin may be just the home for you. (more…)

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