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Rolling Huts by OSKA Architects

Architects: Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen Architects Location: Mazama, Washington, USA Lead Architect: Tom Kundig, FAIA Date of Completion: 2008 Size: 440 sf/per hut sf interior space, 240 sf exterior deck) Photographs: Chad Kirkpatrick & OSKA Architects

One of the six Rolling Huts, in Methow Valley, Washington - photo by Chad Kirkpatrick/Rolling Huts, via cheapflights: America’s most off-beat, one-of-a-kind places to stay;  Each one has a small fridge, microwave, fireplace, Wi-Fi, and can sleep up to 4 people. There is an "adjacent portable toilet" (in that little rectangle on the end) with full bathrooms and showers in a centrally located barn.

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The guesthouse, situated along the northern edge, provides a backdrop to the pool and terrace when viewed from the main house. Sliding glass panels & clerestory windows along the southern facade create an open pavilion aesthetic.

Nancy Creek Guesthouse by Philip Babb Architect. While this is not a shipping container home, the lines are similar and so could be used as inspiration for interior layout.

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Casa Torre / Andersson Wise Architects

Tower House / Andersson Wise Architects Awesome covered patio space if you have a view.

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Rolling Huts (Winthrop, United States) A series of six modernist huts created by Tom Kundig of Olson Kundig Architects, the Rolling Huts.

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LOCARNO NZ Architecture Inspiration // Canterbury architecture keeps it clean :: Idealog :: the magazine and website

Pascal Flamer architecte

House in Balsthal, Pascal Flammer created this wooden house Balsthal.

Modern cabin with a view. Might even work some place with out mountains.

Image 1 of 12 from gallery of Wintergreen Cabin / Balance Associates Architects. Photograph by Steve Keating Photography


Built by Hiroyuki Shinozaki Architects in Chiba, Japan with date Images by Fumihiko Ikemoto. This is a house for young couple and their child, located in Matsudo, Chiba Prefecture. Matsudo City has a background.