Norwegian studio TYIN tegnestue Architects has designed the Naust Paa Aure project.
Completed in January 2011 for a total budget of $45,000, this eighteenth century boathouse was torn down, rebuilt and converted into a contemporary summer home by the architects.
This boathouse is located in Aure, a municipality on the More og Romsdal county coast, Norway.
Ed Ogosta, principal of california-based studio Edward Ogosta Architecture has sent us renderings of the Four Eyes House project.
This contemporary 3,800 square foot weekend retreat is being built in the desert of the Coachella Valley, a large valley landform in Southern California, USA.
This project reminds me of the Maison L by Christian Pottgiesser.
Todd Verwers, principal of Todd Verwers Architects has designed the Sea Ranch Residence project for a Danish consul and his wife.
This 1,500 square foot, two bedroom, two bath week-end retreat sits on a sloping lot which opens to spectacular downslope views over the Pacific Ocean in California, USA.
Melbourne-based studio Insite Design has sent us photos of the Base Camp Chewton project.
This compact, climate & occupant adaptable weekend retreat is located on a sloping site in Chewton, a town in central Victoria, Australia.
Recently shortlisted at the World Architecture Festival Awards, Base Camp Chewton can be booked all year round from $195 to $250 Australian dollar per night, depending on the season.