La Luge – A Stunning Winter Cabin Retreat in Quebec

La Luge is a winter retreat that can accommodate six people within its relatively small, but well designed and finished quarters. Hidden amongst the trees of a forest in Quebec, the winter cabin has been designed as a holiday home by YH2 Architects on the behalf of a family.

The interior of the cabin […]

A Small Wood-Clad Mountain Cabin by EM2 Architekten

Designed by EM2 Architekten, this small mountain cabin is set in the region San Vigilio di Marebbe in Italy. The cabin, named Jagdhaus Tamers, features a wall which can be “opened up” to reveal a large floor-to-ceiling window that almost spans the width of the building.

When the cabin isn’t in use, or when […]

Swiss Alpine Cabin Uses Sculpted Concrete to Mimic Wood

Unlike most cabins, this one is constructed almost entirely from concrete as opposed to wood. Located in the Swiss Alps near the city Chur, the cabin boasts an usual exterior façade that has been sculpted in such a way so as to mimic the appearance of wood from a distance.

The compact retreat has […]

Japanese-Style Home Built by Brian Schulz for $11,000

This beautifully crafted small house has been built by Kayak instructor Brian Schulz. Brian based the design and overall aesthetic of his house on Japanese architecture. Typically the fine woodwork of traditional Japanese buildings costs a pretty penny. This is due to the level of craftsmanship involved, but Brian has been able to replicate […]

Small Cabin Built on the Peak of The Julian Alps

Ever need to really get away from it all? Perhaps this small cabin on the precipice of the Julian Alps is where you need to head for a little alone time.

Designed by Italian architect, Giovanni Pesamosca, the cabin is built on one of the most striking locations available, at the crest of Foronon […]

Woody35 is a Modest Norwegian Cabin by Marianne Borge

Norway is known for its large vacation homes, but this small prefab cabin, called Woody35, has turned the concept of luxury on its head. Traditionally, Norwegians built small, much more humble homes, however in later years it became standard to go with the “bigger is better” mantra.

In 2004 Oslo-based architect, Marianne Borge, was […]