Stilts elevate this small winter cabin by Delordinaire above a snow-laden slope in Quebec

Delordinaire raises High House above snowy Quebec countryside to protect an outdoor lounge

Completed in 2017 in Québec City, Canada. Images by Olivier Blouin . For the ‘High House’, DELORDINAIRE plays with the limit between interior and exterior, inviting people to gather in spaces immersed in nature.

Stilts elevate this small winter cabin by Delordinaire above a snow-laden slope in Quebec, sheltering beneath its base an outdoor living space with a stove.

Delordinaire raises High House above snowy Quebec countryside to protect an outdoor lounge

Stilts elevate this small winter cabin by Delordinaire above a snow-laden slope in Quebec, sheltering beneath its base an outdoor living space with a stove.

High House - Quebec, Canada [1500x1000] - Cool Houses Pictures And Dream Home Unique Designs, Big, Medium Size And Small House Design Ideas

Delordinaire raises High House above snowy Quebec countryside to protect an outdoor lounge

This small, wood-clad chapel on a grassy hill in western Austria was designed by Bernardo Bader Architects to feature a worship space with a steeply pitched ceiling.

Bernardo Bader sets tiny wooden chapel with a steeply gabled roof in Austrian hills

The steeply pitched roof of this chapel by Bernardo Bader provides a dramatic worship space, which narrows towards a window facing a grassy hillside

This wooden viewing cabin raised on stilts above the rugged landscape of southern Norway was designed by TYIN Tegnestue.

Timber cabin by TYIN Tegnestue overlooks wild Norwegian landscape

TYIN Tegnestue Wooden Cabin Lyset paa Lista 001 Students Build Reclaimed Tiny Timber Cabin in Norway

Stilts elevate this small winter cabin by Delordinaire above a snow-laden slope in Quebec, sheltering beneath its base an outdoor living space with a stove.

Delordinaire raises High House above snowy Quebec countryside to protect an outdoor lounge

For the ‘High House’ in Québec, Canada, DELORDINAIRE plays with the limit between interior and exterior, inviting people to gather in spaces immersed in nature. Elevated stilt constructions are

Stilts elevate this small winter cabin by Delordinaire above a snow-laden slope in Quebec, sheltering beneath its base an outdoor living space with a stove.

Delordinaire raises High House above snowy Quebec countryside to protect an outdoor lounge

For the ‘High House’ in Québec, Canada, DELORDINAIRE plays with the limit between interior and exterior, inviting people to gather in spaces immersed in nature. Elevated stilt constructions are

Entlang isländischer Wanderpfade könnten solche BSP-Schutzhütten aufgestellt werden – die Architekten rechnen mit zwei bis drei Tagen Montagezeit. © Utopia

Schutzhütte auf Isländisch

The cantilevered wooden Oberholz Mountain Hut designed by Peter Pichler Architecture and architect Pavol Mikolajcak rests in the Italian Dolomites mountains.

Stunning wooden Oberholz Mountain Hut branches out of the mountainside like a fallen tree

Peter Pichler Architecture, in collaboration with Arch. Pavol Mikolajcak, won a competition to design a new mountain hut at in the Italian Dolomites in The new hut contains a restaurant and is located next to the cable station Oberholz.

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