Designed by Benjamin Garcia Saxe Architecture, this beautiful wooden house is located in Puntarenas Canton, Costa Rica, having an incredible view overlooking the ocean. The house is built on a site with very steep slope and the the view of the ocean was captured only at the mid-upper portion of the site. To conque this constraint, architecture floated the house up in the air and allow the slope, the earth, the vegetation, water, and animals to flow underneath the house. This clever decsion created a very light touch intervention that allows the terrain to breathe whilst providing a spectacular view to the ocean from the key location on the site.
This is the most beautiful house we ever featured on out site, like a dream place to stay forever. Located n Lower Zambezi National Park and overlooking the Chongwe and Zambezi rivers, this four bedroom holiday house has been built around a frame of wild wood with ferro walls following the natural lines of the branches.
Uvogel, playfully taking its name from a combination of the words ‘UFO’ and ‘Vogel,’ which means bird in German, is a fully-furnished and functional holiday house near Lienz in East Tyro that would capitalize on the spectacular views available while having as little impact on the natural environmental as possible.
This micro-cabin(named Nido – italian for ‘birds nest’), located beside a lake in Finland, is build by Finnish designer Robin Falck who wants to give himself a little gataway – a personal space to escape to for much needed relaxation. To avoid being held up by government red-tape, Falck decided to build a live-in structure that’s under 96 square feet. Built on the Finnish archipelago of Sipoo, Falck has erected a tiny, two-story structure known as Nido that features a lounge/living area, a micro-kitchen, a bathroom, a loft for sleeping and storage.