A meandering wooden walkway leading out from the hut nestles into the sloping landscape. Called Outlandia, the project was commissioned by art and architecture collective London Fieldworks.” – Dezeen via Outlandia by Malcolm Fraser Architects – Dezeen.
While paper would not be my first choice in building materials, I like the exterior treatment and how it may inspire alternative exteriors for tiny houses. For example, one might want to camouflage their tiny home from the street while maintaining another look & feel from another view. This corrugated paper cabin designed by architect […]
Named Cabanas no Rio, which translates as cabins on the river, the two rustic structures offer a rural retreat for a pair of inhabitants. One hut contains a living area, with a simple counter that can be used for preparing food, while the other accommodates a bedroom with a small toilet and sheltered outdoor shower. […]
Spanish architecture studio Ábaton has developed a micro home that can be transported on the back of a lorry and placed almost anywhere (+ slideshow). Ábaton chose dimensions of nine by three metres to provide just enough space for two people and also allow the transportable house to be hoisted onto the back of a truck. […]
“French designers Zébra3/Buy-Sellf have designed a prefabricated holiday home in the shape of a cloud that sits next to a lake in south-west France (+ slideshow). Le Nuage (The Cloud) cabin by Zébra3/Buy-Sellf was designed for the Urban Community of Bordeaux (CUB)…”