The Architecture of Cabins and Hideouts
Follow-up to the bestselling title Rock the Shack. The highly individual cabins, hideaways, and summer homes featured in Hide and Seek offer their owners exceptional, yet convenient ways to escape urban routines and embed themselves into the land. These imaginative structures meld traditional architecture with modern living in fascinating and surprising ways. The compelling dwellings here exemplify how to create remote shelters that bring calm and balance to our hectic lives. With the right concept, furniture, decor, and atmosphere, even small or basic designs become stunning sanctuaries. Although the individual solutions are very different from each other, all of them respect nature and focus on the essentials.Includes a number of Australian dwellings.
Sofia Borges, Sven Ehmann, Robert Klanten (Eds.)
Die Gestalten Verlag
256 pages. full colour.
24 x 24 cm
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