Minimod Curucaca, designed by Brazil and Uruguay-based firm MAPA, can be found in a forest clearing in the Curaca Valley, located in a mountainous region of Southern Brazil.
Blackened wood and a grassy roof were incorporated by the studio to seamlessly blend the project with its environment. Elevated on stilts, timber boards were used on the floors, walls and ceiling of the interior.
Little House is a small cabin located in a Washington forest made from weathered cedar and blackened cement. Seattle-based studio MW Works aimed to design a home that was easy to construct and efficient.
The bottom floor of the two-floor residence contains a mudroom, a kitchen and an open-plan living and dining area. Upstairs, the studio added two bedrooms and a shared bathroom.
Six steel columns carry this single-storey cabin by Texas firm Andersson-Wise. Due to it being designed without a heating or cooling system, it can only be used temporarily and at certain times of the year.
The cabin’s cladding and structure are made entirely of wood.
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