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House by the Lake

Located on a German lakefront, this stunning home sits on stilts and combines effortlessly with the surrounding nature. Designed by Carlos Zwick Architekten BDA, the beautiful property blends perfectly with the mature oak and chestnut trees, in fact it floats 10 feet above ground on 40 diagonal iron stilts that branch upward, mimicking the trees around them. Suspended high off the ground, the interior offers huge wooden sliding windows that guarantee the greatest possible proximity to nature, and create the feeling of floating over the water, giving living spaces unobstructed views over the gorgeous lake.



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NOKKEN CABIN | Image

NOKKEN CABIN

Nokken is a new generation of cabins, instead of being a glorified shed, it is more equivalent to a resort hotel, giving guests an experience that lives up to their expectations. The shape is the secret to its extreme versatility, you can combine, stack, or weave various parts together to create a unique solution for each particular environment by keeping the architectural volume simple. The elegant cabin gives landowners and developers the chance to design tiny get...
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THE GLENLIVET WHISKEY CHAIR | Image

THE GLENLIVET WHISKEY CHAIR

The Glenlivet distillery is the biggest selling single malt whiskey in the United States, and to celebrate their new Nadurra whiskey, they have collaborated with award-winning designer Gareth Neal to create The Glenlivet Nadurra Dram Chair, the ultimate chair for drinking Scotch and be transported to an intimate moment of escape. The outstanding piece of contemporary craft is constructed with the finest natural materials and remarkable attention to detail, such as t...
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PROJECT O CABIN | Image

PROJECT O CABIN

Finnish designers Aleksi Hautamaki and Milla Selkimaki purchased a 5-acre island two years ago, on the edge of the Archipelago National Park in Finland, and have since built this self-sufficient summer house that includes a sauna, a guesthouse and a workshop. Named Project O (after the Swedish word for island), it features two cabins on the site, the main cabin has a central covered outdoor area that separates the living area from the bedrooms and bathrooms, whilst ...
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