Sitting in an idyllic location near the city of Sandefjord, along Norway& southeastern coastline, is this secluded cluster of micro cabins. They constitute the holiday home of a multigenerational family, designed by Oslo-based Reiulf Ramstad Architect.
Built by Hiroyuki Shinozaki Architects in Chiba, Japan with date Images by Fumihiko Ikemoto. This is a house for young couple and their child, located in Matsudo, Chiba Prefecture. Matsudo City has a background.
Half metal screen and half corten metal house. This is the façade of Sugawaradaosuke’s design for a house in Chofu, Tokyo. The dwelling is composed of semi-transparent, open and closed interior spaces inside. More in japan on
Outbuilding of the Week: Tiny Cabins in a Norwegian Wood
This retreat for a multigenerational family is divided into three parts, a central cabin for socializing and two private sleeping cabins. In all there are 2 bedrooms and 2 sleeping lofts in 753 sq ft. Near Osla, Norway.