Modern Wooden Cabin With Folding Glass Walls

Modern Wooden Cabin With Folding Glass Walls
Norway is an amazingly beautiful country of fjords and severe but fantastic Nordic nature. The Scandinavian design is a special branch with its characteristic features but if it’s located near the sea the views would be maximized like in this cabin by Norway architect Tommie Wilhelmsen on a faraway island. Overlooking the sea, this timber... 
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Awesome Rustic Garden Mini-House

Awesome Rustic Garden Mini-House
It’s July and we all enjoy summer! This is the best time to relax, to merge with nature and forget about everything. One of the best ways to do it is to build a small house or a guest house in your garden. A house in the garden may be of some interesting shape or... 
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Tiny Houses For Your Garden

Tiny Houses For Your Garden
Would you like to have a guest house but your garden is small? Would you like to have your own place to relax and get rest of your family? Or just want to think about life looking at the sky? These tiny houses are definitely for you! Derek Diedricksen presents his own project, modern Relax... 
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Small Oak House in Denmark

Small Oak House in Denmark
This small yet cosy house is situated by the coast of the north of Zealand, Denmark. It is one of the two houses on the one site which share a common garden and some other spaces. The house’s area is only 75 square meters but with a up-to-date oak-clad and smart design it is the... 
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PACO – Japanese Minimalism In Small Houses

PACO – Japanese Minimalism In Small Houses
Paco is Japanese step in small houses. It’s designed by Jo Nagasaka+Schemata Architecture Office and has a size of container house (3m²). It brings minimalist design in such container houses. Paco has open roof and autonomous infrastructure what made it perfect to put in your garden or on your favorite surf place. There are plenty... 
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Surfhouse in California

Surfhouse in California
The Surfhouse sits like an abstract block of weathered wood a few blocks from the Pacific Ocean in Hermosa Beach, California. It’s very small and building area is just 23 feet wide x 29 feet deep x 30 feet high. The architectural concept maximizes spaces, light, and views while also creating a sense of privacy... 
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