"Tubakuba" cabin built by students at the Bergen School of Architecture in Bergen, Norway.
The building process is documented here.
Shelter in Sandhornoy, Norway. Created by students for the SALT-festival.
Contributed by Marthe Vaagland.
A family-built hideout outside Anchorage, Alaska.
Contributed by Joshua Langlais.
Getaway outside České Budějovice, Czech Republic.
Contributed by Martin Hajny.
Home built by Jay Nelson on Kauai, Hawaii.
For more about Jay’s work, check out this short film.
Contributed by Jess Bianchi.
The “Seelenkiste" cabin concept by Bauhaus-University Professor Michael Loudon.
Via Joan Childs.
Garden cottage in Rhone, France.
Contributed by Vadim Sérandon.
Red cabin in Djúpavík, Iceland.
Submitted by Léa Mauduit.
Fresh snow at our bunkhouse in Sullivan County, NY.
Originally constructed as a shelter for cyclists along a national tourist trail in Grunnfør, Austvågøy in the Lofoten Islands, Norway, this cabin is free and open to anyone who wishes to spend a night.
Contributed by Trond Sjursen.
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