Dalene Cabin in Norway
Delen Cabin was designed by architect Tommie Wilhelmsen and is located in Osthusvik, Rennesoy island, Norway.
The architecture of the residence is original and intriguing, featuring unexpected angles and curves. The association of wood, glass and rock creates great visual effects
Contemporary Warm Shelter In The Cold Country of Norway
This modern home in Norway, called the Cabin GJ-9 was designed by Gudmundur Jonsson Architect and it emphasises the beauty of the surrounding rocky landscape. The project aims to rediscover the simple things in life such as a staggering view over the lake while drinking your morning coffee or a walk in the dusk, after a hectic week day.
Modern Concrete House Softened By The Walnut Notes in Lisbon
Located in the cosmopolite Lisbon, the C+P House, designed by Gonçalo das Neves Nunes is an imposing contemporary house, made of concrete, glass and a touch of walnut.
Robust Coastal Residence in Australia: Torquay House
Wolveridge Architects completed the design for Torquay House, a modern residential project located in a coastal environment in Victoria, Australia.
The residence consists of a series of interconnected and robustly finished containers. From afar, they seem separate, but the connection between the three volumes is achieved through relatively thin inner passageways.
The Paraty Reinforced Concrete Boxes House by Marcio Kogan Architects
This Paraty’s reinforced concrete boxes house design is a modern residential design located in in Paraty, Brazil. Designed by Brazilian based architects, Marcio Kogan Architects, this two reinforced concrete boxes, sit atop each other, connected on the mountainside of one of the islands of the colonial city of Paraty and Angra dos Reis, like two modern prisms between the large colossal stones of the Brazilian coast.
House in Mallorca, Spain by Alvaro Siza Vieira
Inspired by the rock surrounding landscape, that extends over the hill to the sea. Alvaro Siza Vieira has projected a fragmented composition volume.
Beautiful L-Shaped Vacation Home Surrounded By Lush Vegetation
Sprinkled with beautiful and authentic elements of décor, Casa La Hilaria, designed by RDR Arquitectos, a Buenos Aires-based studio, part of the Richter Dahl Rocha & Associes, is a home vacation in Uruguay, defined by the maze of greenery that surrounds it.
Chic, but not sophisticated, simple but not simplistic, this vacation house is a wonderful inspiration for those who seek to “slip away” from the routine and the regular urban landscape.
Lovely Norwegian Holiday Retreat Built on a Budget: Casa Kolonihagen
Located in Stavanger, Norway, Casa Kolonihagen by Tommie Wilhelmsen was especially developed as a summer holiday residence and accommodates a small bed and a living area.
Despite the small costs and elementary design, the interiors are warm and welcoming.
Mountain House Inspired by the Neighboring Rough Landscape
Mountains can represent a wonderful place to escape from routine. It is said that, in the middle of nowhere, you can embrace the environment in its pure and untainted form.
The Mineral Lodge, project realized by Atelier d’Architecture Christian Girard came as a reinterpretation of the old chalet.
Relaxing Home With Enchanting Natural Details in Washington
Surrounded by a maze of greenery, the Urban Cabin, a project developed by the architectural studio, Suyama Peterson Deguchi in Washington, is more than a simple relaxing home.
Striking Design for an Eco-Friendly Home: The Edgeland Residence
Visually and functionally divided into two separate pavilions, the Edgeland Residence, designed by Bercy Chen Studio and located on the shores of the Colorado River.