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Cabin Norderhov by Atelier Oslo

By • Feb 18, 2015

Cabin Norderhov by Atelier Oslo (11)

Cabin Norderhov is a project completed by Atelier Oslo

The home is located in Norderhov, Norway, and covers an area of 861 square feet.

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Ermitage by Septembre

By • Dec 7, 2013

Paris-based architectural firm Septembre has created Ermitage.

Completed in 2013, this 215 square foot wooden cabin includes a bedroom and a sauna. It is located in a secluded spot on the island of Trossö, Sweden.

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Stacked Cabin by Johnsen Schmaling Architects

By • Apr 25, 2013

American design firm Johnsen Schmaling Architects has designed the Stacked Cabin, located in Wisconsin, USA.

Completed in 2012, this modern, family cabin was economically designed, making use of height to take advantage of its charming, woodsy surroundings.

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The Chalet Les Gentianes 1850 in Courchevel, the French Alps

By • Jan 15, 2013 •  Selected Work 

The Chalet Les Gentianes 1850, an elegantly outfitted cabin, is part of a ski resort in Courchevel, high up in the French Alps.

The spaces exude rustic elegance, and are fitted for every comfort anybody could ever need when visiting the mountains for a skiing vacation.

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Pangal Cabin by EMa Arquitectos

By • Dec 24, 2012

EMa Arquitectos created this modern retreat in 2012 for a client in Casablanca, Chile.

The design is focused on minimalism and practicality.

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Dalene Cabin by Tommie Wilhelmsen

By • May 8, 2012

Norvegian architect Tommie Wilhelmsen has designed the Dalene Cabin.

Completed in 2009, this 1,290 square foot contemporary cabin is located in Østhusvik, Norway.

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Four-cornered Cabin in Finland by Avanto Architects

By • Apr 25, 2011 •  Selected Work 

Anu Puustinen and Ville Hara from Helsinki-based studio Avanto Architects have designed this contemporary cabin for themselves.

Located in Virrat, a small town in Finland 170 miles away from Helsinki, this 839 square-foot black and white cabin has no running water nor electricity.

Heated only with wood stoves, far from the city noise, the cabin offers restful tranquility and relaxed pace of life with a minimum impact on its environment.

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