The above room is from a fisherman’s cottage in Gotland, renovated and owned by Swedish cinematographer, Bengan Widell. A rustic space with a unique mix of vintage middle eastern accents, religious wall art and Swedish pine.” – Poppytalk Read more at Poppytalk: Mixed Styles (Swedish/Moroccan). Photos by Karin Björkquist
Though the one-bedroom cabin occupies a modest 550 square feet, it lives large thanks to streamlined construction, high ceilings and an open, airy floor plan with wide doorways and no hallways.” – Kate Abney for Mountain Living Read and see more about this Little House on the Water. Photos by Marie-Dominique Verdier.
The cabins have an open plan design with a beautiful, panoramic view of the beach, the sea and the dunes. The cabins come with all the amenities. They use sustainable energy and are constructed of sustainable materials.” – Strandcamping Groede Read more about Strandcamping Groede.
Located a few ridges over from Verbier and across the valley from Crans-Montana, the second home is in the heart of Switerland’s epic ski country. The owners saved the granary from demolition, charged Savioz Fabrizzi with preservation, and directed the living space to be on the ground floor, rather than the top.” – adventure journal Read […]
Swedish company Kenjo designs small, cabin-like prefab rooms that can serve as guest houses, offices, studios or any other type of space that you like.” – Design Milk Learn more about Kenjo: Cabin-Like Prefab Guest House or Studio
DROP XL is off-site manufactured, and then road transported to their final location by truck. Made with wood, steel and glass, this microarchitecture is specifically designed as a removable modular unit to be installed with a minimum impact on the environment. The structure’s base is elevated from the ground, on adjustable steel legs, to minimize […]
Nestled in South/North Park, a gentrified neighborhood, the Art Studio Retreat is on a quarter acre canyon lot which is lovingly maintained with lots of places to read and rest.” – Airbnb.com Learn more about this Art Studio Retreat/Rustic Cabin in San Diego.
Without permanent power, the 450 s.f. structure is effectively heated by a wood stove. The cistern is currently filled by a water truck, with plans for a well to be dug in the future.” – Miller Hull Read and see more of the Marquand Retreat