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Kettal Pavilions

Kettal Pavilions are state of the art self standing aluminum made structures, perfect for a winter garden, a kids playroom, home office, outdoor gym, or simply a chill out space. The structures can be completely customized in size, color and paneling options both for the sides and ceiling. Once fastened to the ground they are certified to withstand winds up to 65mph. Different paneling options can be added, removed and swapped. All pavilions are retrofittable, so future options can be adapted. Check out Kettal´s website and start designing your own outdoor heaven.



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PORTAGE BAY HOUSE | Image

PORTAGE BAY HOUSE

Developed by Heliotrope Architects, this stunning loft-like house was designed for a bachelor who values privacy. It sits on the waterfront in Seattle, Washington, and is fronted by an unassuming entryway marked only by a garage and wood front door. Protective shells of zinc and aluminum on the exterior echo the maritime industrial sheds littered throughout Seattle, whilst floor-to-ceiling windows let in plenty of natural light and offer a pristine view of Portage B...
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CASE INLET RETREAT | BY MWWORKS | Image

CASE INLET RETREAT | BY MWWORKS

This amazing retreat designed by MW/Works Architecture & Design is nestled into a forested slope along the eastern edge of  the Case Inlet, Washington. The 2,800 sq. ft weekend cabin is isolated in the middle of the woods and has sweeping water views. The Case Inlet Retreat is simple, elegant and relaxing, it sure looks like the perfect getaway from hectic city life... via...
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CHICKEN POINT CABIN | BY OLSON KUNDING ARCHITECTS | Image

CHICKEN POINT CABIN | BY OLSON KUNDING ARCHITECTS

Olson Kunding Architects are the minds behind the idea for the cabin is that of a lakeside shelter in the woods—a little box with a big window that opens to the surrounding landscape. The cabin’s big window-wall (30 feet by 20 feet) opens the entire living space to the forest and lake. Using a beautifully designed system of pulleys, the massive window can be easily operated by a small child....
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