TINY 140 SQUARE FOOT TACK HOME BUILT BY HAND
The itty bitty homes that we tend to feature on Inthralld are some of the most daring, daunting and ultimately exciting to see. So when it’s tiny and built entirely by hand (with more than 800 hours put into the mix) you’d better believe it gets a whole lot of extra attention.
Brò! We’ll do it!
We have featured some amazing retreats over the last couple of years, but none as special as this wooden cabin in Yulan, NY. It is owned by fashion stylist and interior designer Scott Newkirk, he wanted a place to escape in the weekends from the hectic city life.
I really love it!
Old Caboose converted into a vacation rental in Essex, Montana.
The backyard house is a unique structure made exclusively with reclaimed local barn wood (shown above) and copper roofing. It is heated by a wood stove making it a year round backyard destination. The detached residential structure in general is a great way to get that extra space (guest room, office, etc.), without trying to buy a new house.
Beautiful interior that takes advantage of the immense interior loft re-splitting environments.
To all intents and purposes is the project we have in mind for years.Equipped with sauna! Fantastic and wonderful!To be copied in its entirety!
Czech studio Stempel & Tesar has completed a house that looks likes it’s being swallowed up by the landscape.
The family house is located in Český ráj, an 18,000-hectare nature reserve also known as Bohemian Paradise, and the house nestles against a hillside blanketed with grass.
Stempel & Tesar tunneled down into the landscape to make room for a sauna that had been requested by the client. “We decided to add a basement rather than increase the footprint of the house,” architect Jan Tesar told Dezeen. “It wasn’t too complicated to build because of the sloping site.”
The project began as a kitchen renovation, but then expanded into a larger project that bloomed into a beautiful gabled space lined with vertical white beams.
Fantastic! More photos, info and text on Gblog!
Curse envy! Magnificent cabin as we would like to do!
Japn style, via waveavenue
Each dome shaped, canvas stretched room has a unique “skylight” type cutout to enjoy the sky of the Andes Mountains without even having to go outdoors. RDM Architects were commissioned to upgrade the existing domes to something a little better, and they didn’t disappoint. Beds are situated just under the cutout so that the nature observers have a keen view from the time their eyes open, right up until drifting off to sleep. Check out their additional built structures on the property, here.
The curved roof gives the house this amazing distinctive silhouette with a striking arched glass wall, flooding interiors with natural light while framing the surrounding view.
Very beautiful wooden structure, perfect base for some project.
The orientation of the building is based on the direction of the sunrise and sunset. in the morning, cold light shines on the east elevation, illuminating the white interior. in the evening the warm light flows into the west facade, announcing the end of the day. although the size of the cottage is limited
vai designboom with more photos and more text