Designed by Danish design company Vipp, Vipp Shelter is a 55 square meter steel architecture that allows you to escape urban chaos in a 55 m2 all-inclusive nature retreat. The simple steel grid structurally supports the two level space, where only the bathroom and bed loft is shielded from the main living space. Based on designer, the shelter doesn’t mean to be a house or a mobile home, it is just a spacious, functional, and livable industrial object. The core idea of the shelter is going back to basics; back to nature with basic functions defining a dense and compact space. In that way, the shelter becomes a tool that facilitates a nature escape.
Built by a Canadian software developer Joel Allen, this tiny HemLoft treehouse was built using mostly recycled materials and located in the woods of Whistler. The treehouse is shaped like an egg. Of course, it can’t be that spacious but with well organized, it has plenty of room to spend a few nights under the stars, enjoying everything the great outdoors has to offer. However, the hemloft was built on crown land and is kinda of illegal. Joel kept this project a secret for three years, but he eventually contacted Dwell Magazine, which was the first publication to break the story. After all the effort Joel made and support people gave, owner of Canadian Wilderness Adventures (CWA) Allan Crawford has agreed to house the egg-shaped structure on the tour company’s tenure in the Callaghan Valley.
Designed by creative director Marc Atlan in collaboration with architecture office Oller & Pejic, this black house in Mojave Desert a minimalist getaway. Located just thirty minutes outside of Palm Springs, this house offers spectacular landscape of untouched Mojave Desert environment. The low-profile dwelling forms a desirable and distinctive desert retreat, which includes living room, dinning room, kitchen, laundry Room, 1 master bedroom with en-suite bathroom, 2 guest bedrooms and 1 guest bathroom. Outside of the house, there’s a central courtyard, a terraced patio, and a swimming pool. Most of exterior of this house are glass windows and sliding doors, which allow the spectacular views of the landscape to beautifully translate within the home. What a minimalist getaway and a comfortable home in the scenic environment.
Location in Switzerland’s Valais region and surrounded by Europe’s most pictorial mountains, this world-class resort “51 Degrees Thermal Resort” sparkles with enticing holiday vibes. Designed and developed by Marc-Michaels Interior Design Inc., in this spectacular resort, you will find the ease of modernity smoothly blends with the wonder of nature, relaxation is introduced to thrilling heights, and the unexpected becomes standard.