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Oslo-based studios Koreo Arkitekter and Kolab Arkitekter joined forces to convert an old wooden boathouse into a stunning summer house that glows with warmth. Located in a small fishing village called Vikebygd, on Norway's west coast, 'Naust V' combines old pine slats with a new polycarbonate skin. Its translucent walls not only let natural light in, but also make the shelter magically glow when the sun goes down.

Old Norwegian boathouse revamped as a glowing summer house

Oslo-based studios Koreo Arkitekter and Kolab Arkitekter joined forces to convert an old wooden boathouse into a stunning summer house that glows with warmth. Located in a small fishing village called Vikebygd, on Norway's west coast, 'Naust V' combines o

Chipicas Town Houses by Alejandro Sanchez Garcia Arquitectos (Valle de Bravo, México)

Live among the trees - Chipicas Town Houses / Alejandro Sanchez Garcia Arquitectos

A beautifully innovative use of inexpensive materials to create a delicate pavilion which breathes and maintains a relationship with the environment in which it sits.  This looks so good because you can FEEL how amazing it would be to sit in and enjoy.  Designed by South African-trained, New Zealand-based, Lance and Nicky Herbst of Herbst Architects

Rustic Outdoor Dining Pavilion

Whenever we need a dose of architectural inspiration, we head over to Michael Cannell& House Vote, which is where we discovered this otherworldly outdoor dining pavilion by Herbst Architects.

In Suzanne and Brooks Kelley hired Gray Organschi to renovate an old cottage on their property. The resulting glass and ipe structure suited the sloped meadow perfectly. Photo by Mark Mahaney. Photo by: Mark Mahaney

Cabins by Olson Kundig Architects

Delta Shelter, Mazama, Washington, USA by Olson Kundig Architects. Photographs by Olson Kundig Architects / Tim Bies, Benjamin Benschneider.

Houses / Peter Bohlin - Forest House Treppen Stairs Escaleras repinned by www.smg-treppen.de #smgtreppen

Forest House, West Cornwall, Connecticut, 1976 — Peter Bohlin not quite _little_ but nestled in the forest and lovely

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