Instead of relying on plasterboard that would be too costly, architect Davor Popadich chose to use plywood to line his New Zealand home's interior. In addition to being cost effective, the plywood highlights the builders' craftsmanship.
This Scottish micro-cottage is certainly the smallest residence for artists in the world. But in terms of charm and comfort, nothing is missing for the happiness of guests in search of nature and inspiration. By Catherine Ardouin.