Bryce Langston visits Jacob Witzling, a fellow who built this enchanting cabin in the Olympic rainforest. It’s made from mostly reclaimed materials and to avoid building permits the cabin was kept under 200 square feet (per a local building requirement).
In a small forest in France’s Dordogne, self-taught carpenter Menthé built his home with a living roof and mud walls… The result is a charming and very cozy home that fits perfectly into the woodland.” – Kirsten Dirksen
via Art of living in a Dordogne’s tiny mud home with living roof – YouTube.
This tiny wooden cabin in Sweden contains a sauna and a bedroom with large picture windows that frame views of the surrounding forest.
The cabin was designed by Paris studio SEPTEMBRE for a couple who spend their summers on the remote island of Trossö, off the west coast of Sweden.”
See more of the Ermitage Cabin by Septembre Architecture at Dezeen.