Curving geometries and kaleidoscopic interiors define MEV Cabine, the eclectic refuge in the woods that Studio Jean Verville has created for ‘two admirable eccentrics’.
A flexible ‘sliding cabin’ opening to the countryside and the first sustainable house 3D-printed from raw earth feature in our 2021 Best Homes round up.
ANNA Stay’s dynamic architecture is derived from “a desire to live with nature’s elements, rather than shielding them off,” explains Caspar Schols. Initially conceived for his mum, the project has won the prestigious 2021 Architizer A+ Awards Project of the Year Award.
Plunged in the northeastern French countryside, 48°Nord sustainable village hotel combines Scandinavian countryside cottages architecture with local traditions.
Designed as an architectural reaction to changing weather conditions, architecture firm Snøhetta’s Tungestølen hiking cabin in the western part of Norway on a small plateau overlooks the Jostedalen glacier.
Bourgeois-Lechasseur architectes completes CABIN A, a cozy accommodation overlooking some of Québec’s most striking landscapes with an unexpected nautical graphic design.
Jean Verville’s portrait-installations and living environments reflect their own inhabitants’ personalities with a sharp combination of colours, materials and volumes.
Felipe Assadi designed a concrete house and a painter’s atelier partially submerged by a sloping landscape on the Chilean coast.
Saunders Architecture designed artists’ cabins completely immersed in the remote nature of Fogo Island, Canada, to fuel with new energy the local community.