Situated in Luster in the western part of Norway on a small plateau overlooking the beautiful Jostedalen glacier, Tungestølen comprises a constellation of pentagonal tourist cabins designed by Snøhetta for Luster Turlag, a local branch of the Norwegian National Trekking Association.
Tiny house concepts designed by the world's leading architects.
Designed as a retreat for a geologist and his family, the building sits firmly on a hilltop and is formed by the forces of the landscape around it.
Luxury Scandinavian glass cabin igloo in west Iceland next to the sea with panorama view and private outdoor hot pool.
A cabin that harmonizes the rural atmosphere, genius loci, architecture and interior following Gesamtkunstwerk principles.
A retreat and secluded entertainment destination for an invited few.
Set within the Gudbrandsdalen valley, this little cabin in Sjusjøen was designed by Aslak Haanshuus.
The minimalist cliff cabin named “Maralah” is a tribute to the history of the specific area as a Native American Reserve.
Self-contained wooden shell, flexible and adaptable on different locations, climate conditions and terrains.