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Villa in Hakuba by Naka Architects

By • Mar 15, 2014

Villa in Hakuba by Naka Architects (1)

Villa in Hakuba is a residential project completed by Naka Architects in 2012.

It is located in Hakuba, Kitaazumi District, Nagano Prefecture, Japan.

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Over Water by Design Workshop

By • Sep 1, 2013

American architectural firm Design Workshop has created Over Water in Pune, India.

Completed in 2010, this contemporary cabin uses a cantilever beam construction, allowing it to float over the edge of a cliff.

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Pine Forest Cabin by Balance Associates Architects

By • Jul 14, 2013 •  Selected Work 

This contemporary project was designed by Balance Associates Architects in 2007.

The simple, efficient residence is perched on a slope with mountain views in Winthrop, Washington, USA.

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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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Wolf Creek View Cabin by Balance Associates Architects

By • Mar 25, 2013

Balance Associates Architects created this contemporary cabin in Washington, USA.

It serves as a private retreat with panoramic views of the surrounding wilderness.

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Villa Valtanen by Arkkitehtitoimisto Louekari

By • Mar 9, 2013

This award-winning cabin is a 2012 project by Arkkitehtitoimisto Louekari that can be found in Rovanniemi, Lapland, Finland.

It is a wooden structure perched on an outcrop overlooking the forest that consists of a living space, sauna, and woodshed.

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Maison Boisset by Savioz Fabrizzi Architectes

By • Feb 8, 2013 •  Selected Work 

Swiss architectural firm Savioz Fabrizzi Architectes has designed the Maison Boisset.

Completed in 2012, this renovated alpine cabin is located in the swiss town of Orsieres.

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Shuswap Cabin by Splyce Design

By • Jul 7, 2012

Located in British Columbia, Canada, is the Shuswap Cabin by Splyce Design.

The cabin features 2,300 square feet of living space, and serves as a weekend retreat for the owners.

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Urban Cabin by Fabio Galeazzo

By • Jun 25, 2012

Framed by trees in São Paulo, Brazil this colorful creation by designer Fabio Galeazzo was originally an abandoned house.

Prominently featured in the living room is the NestRest, a woven, teardrop-shaped chair designed by Daniel Pouzet and Fred Frety.

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The Small House by Maryann Thompson Architects

By • Dec 25, 2011 •  Selected Work 

Cambridge-based studio Maryann Thompson Architects has designed the Small House project.

Completed in 2007, this 750 square foot contemporary one-room cabin is located in Great Barrington is a town in Berkshire County, Massachusetts, USA.

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Foster Loop by Balance Associates Architects

By • Dec 20, 2011

Seattle-based studio Balance Associates Architects has designed the Foster Loop project.

Completed in 2007, this 1,653 square foot two story cabin is located in Mazama, a small village nestled in the Methow Valley of the Methow River in the eastern part of the Washington state, USA.

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Miner’s Refuge by Johnston Architects

By • Oct 24, 2011

Seattle-based studio Johnston Architects has completed the Miner’s Refuge project in 2008.

This 1,867 square foot week-end retreat cabin is located in Mazama, a small village nestled in the Methow Valley in the eastern part of Washington, USA.

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Tower House by Andersson Wise

By • Aug 31, 2011

Austin-based architecture and design studio Andersson Wise has completed the Tower House project in 2008.

“In considering an addition to the original stone lodge at this Lake Travis property in Texas, USA, the notion of a tower was born out of several factors: taking advantage of views, minimizing the footprint on the site, and accommodating the rising flood plain elevation.”

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The Yolo Cabin by Butler Armsden Architects

By • Jul 24, 2011 •  Selected Work 

Lewis Butler, principal of San Francisco-based studio Butler Armsden Architects, designed the Yolo Cabin for his parents.

Located in Winters, a lush farming town nestled in the Sacramento Valley, California, this modern farmhouse is composed of two sections, a tall water tower, and a lower lean to area.

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Summer House Piu by Patrick Frey and Björn Götte

By • Jul 11, 2011 •  Selected Work 

German architect Patrick Frey has designed this Summer House in collaboration with Björn Götte.

According to the architect, the 750 square-foot two-bedroom wooden prefab cabin can be used as a vacation home, studio space, home office or even a primary home.

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Contemporary Cabin on Cortes Island by Balance Associates Architects

By • May 18, 2011

Seattle-based studio Balance Associates Architects has designed the Corters Island project.

As its name suggests, this three bedroom, two bathroom cabin is located on Cortes Island, one of the archipelago known as the Discovery Islands in British Columbia, Canada.

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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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