The Oriel House In Yokohama

In Yokohama, Japanese architect Shinsuke Fujii has softened a brutalist structure with oriel windows that open to panoramic views of cherry blossom trees.
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Woodland Cabins In Québec’s Mountains

In the mountainous woodlands of Austin, Québec lies Chalet Grand-Pic — two cabins, one large and one small, each clad in black-gloss corrugated steel, and connected by raised decking.
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Tiny Huts By MUJI

As questions about how we can live sustainably in the future abound, the tiny house movement gains ever-more traction. MUJI has just released their own tiny huts for sale to the general public in Japan.
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Atelier Général Creates An Aerial Home

As Mount Shefford’s slope gives way to a dense maple forest, a black-clad minimalist home cantilevers above the trees. Designed by Montreal-based firm Atelier Général, this residence artfully merges with the mountain.
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An Artist Retreat In The Arctic Circle

In the Arctic Circle, a collection of nine cabins sit against the rocky landscape of Norway’s Fleinvær archipelago. A creation of the composer Håvard Lund, Fordypningsrommet is the world’s most northern artist residency.
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Villa Castro Combines Island Past And Architectural Future

At the center of the island of Malta, at the edge of the town of Naxxar is ‘Villa Castro’ — a property reimagined by Architecture Project and Jens Bruenslow that stands as a testament to island history and architectural ingenuity. 

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Raamwerk and Van Gelder Tilleman Sculpt A Home And Studio

The age-old adage that two heads are better than one proves itself true in ‘House For A Sculptor’ — a home and studio designed by Belgian architectural studios, Raamwerk and Van Gelder Tilleman.
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American Cabin Meets European Chalet In McLean Quinlan’s Stone House

British architecture firm McLean Quinlan have used a 19th-century log cabin as the basis for the reconstruction of a stone house. The building sits low to the land, overlooking the vast plains of the Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming.
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A Swedish Solar Sauna

As the days get shorter and the cold starts to bite, there are few things more pleasurable than the warmth of a sauna. In Sweden, Bigert & Bergström have created the Solar Egg, a golden orb that is also a public sauna, and art installation.
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