In contrast to the cold-looking facade, the unusually shaped interior is completely covered in large larch shingles for a warm and welcoming appearance.
With help from the community, Raumlabor also added a wooden boardwalk.
For those wishing for an escape from the wired world, feast your eyes on this cluster of off-grid seaside cabins. Stockholm-based Margen Wigow Arkitektkontor designed five blackened timber holiday structures on the shores of a remote island in the Stockholm archipelago. Commissioned by a client who wanted to “live a simple life close to nature,” these green-roofed huts serve as a cozy retreat that references the traditional island vernacular and boasts stunning views of the Baltic Sea.
Schemata Architects renovated an old capsule hotel into ºC (Do-C) Ebisu with a Finnish-inspired refresh in Tokyo.
This Swedish bathing pavilion features rough-cut pine walls that are treated with tar, a preservative that yields a time-worn aesthetic. Photo by James Silverman. This originally appeared in Modern Wood Pavilion Joins Home.
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