studio: Olson Kundig’s Single-Room Gulf Islands Cabin is a Minimalist Retreat in British Columbia Gulf Islands Cabin-Olson Kundig Architects – Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building
This retreat for a multigenerational family is divided into three parts, a central cabin for socializing and two private sleeping cabins. In all there are 2 bedrooms and 2 sleeping lofts in 753 sq ft. Near Osla, Norway.
A STACKED CABIN FOR A STEEP SLOPE A steeply sloped site in the Wisconsin forest, plus an equally steep budget, led architect Brian Johnsen to reinvent the archetypal cabin for a sturdy vacation home. Photo by Narayan Mahon.
The large expanse of windows that now surround the house feature remote-operated awning and roll shades by Mechoshade and Eastern Awning. Photo by Architecture by Christopher Deam Location: Belvedere California by dwellmagazine
HUSLY (Design: Wullum) Small weekend house with an enclosed atrium. Large sliding doors make it possible to close the summer house completely when not in use. Large living room with windows on both sides means that you can enjoy the view from the atrium*^
Set amidst Cypress trees on the edge of Australia& Mornington Peninsula golf course – on Victoria& southern tip – the Links Courtyard House is the latest single-storey holiday home by Inarc Architects.