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13 Totally Secluded Homes To Escape From The World // The Storm Cottage by Fearon Hay Architects has been designed to be completely off the grid. Located in a remote location on Great Barrier Island in New Zealand, this secluded place would be great for a rejuvenating retreat.

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A Mirrored Golden Egg Sauna is Hatched in Sweden

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Did you see these posts on Humble Homes this week? - frankvanoirschot@gmail.com - Gmail

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The Zen Cottages are built by Ben Rawson, an organic local farmer in Encinitas, California. These tiny houses on wheels come in 20', 26', or 32' lengths.

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The holiday house in Daylesford, Victoria, Australia - designed by architect Jesse Judd via yellowpelow.com.

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All we can say is that it was the biggest surprise we'd ever seen in 640 square feet!  If fact, we wanted to move into the new Connect:2 prototype home from Connect:Homes

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The Infinity House is just a concept for now and there's no immediate plans to build...

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Miller Kendrick Architects Complete Arthur’s Cabin for Epic Retreats

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Did you see these posts on Humble Homes this week? - frankvanoirschot@gmail.com - Gmail

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Ufogel: A Tiny Minimalist Holiday Hideaway Rises on Stilts in Austria | Inhabitat - Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building

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Contemporary | cantilever | floating | residential | Architecture | rustic | steel | cladding | facade | glass | proportion

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CONTAINERS: Tiny modern guest house and pool (Dunway Enterprises) http://clickbank.dunway.com/affiliate_videos/containers/index.html

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Habitações translation missing: pt.style.habitações.moderno por Boutique Modern Ltd

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Charlotte Perriand La Maison au Bord de l’Eau. Rebuilt for Art Basel Miami Beach with LV's support

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Creative exhibit trade-show booths created by TriadCreativeGroup.com inspired by…

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We love the look of this forest cabin -- reimagined with a sleek style. The bright red paint pops on the A-frame roof. The open floor plan and walls of windows bring the serene surroundings indoors, day and night. “When you step up on the porch, it’s got a view of the mountains."

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A summer house is a single-storey house that only takes up a small portion of your yard, but can be used as a playroom for your kids, a home cinema, a garden shed, or even a gym. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

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The Riverside tiny house by New Frontier Tiny Homes. A 246 sq ft home with Scandinavian flair.

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13 Totally Secluded Homes To Escape From The World // The Storm Cottage by Fearon Hay Architects has been designed to be completely off the grid. Located in a remote location on Great Barrier Island in New Zealand, this secluded place would be great for a rejuvenating retreat.

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La Casa Palets es un ejemplo de arquitectura ecológica y sostenible, de bajos coste. Palets en fachada, paredes y techos, con material aislante en su interior.

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A Frame House Plan 24308 | Total Living Area: 823 sq. ft., 1 bedroom & 1 bathroom. The A-frame's steep roof is designed to shrug off the deep snowfall of a mountain environment, yet, this cabin would be equally at home in any vacation setting. Although this is not a large home, a spacious feeling is achieved by the large open living room. #aframe #houseplan

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Here's an office building which uses 32 recycled shipping containers. It's in Providence, RI and has 10,000 square feet of space.

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large, spacious, and undercover outdoor areas, another shipping container home this provides less natural light but would make a cheap, easily constructed farm house. With plenty of storage for equipment and ample living spaces. The colours for this house blend with the grass surrounding it and the trees around it.

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Stilts elevate this small winter cabin by Delordinaire above a snow-laden slope in Quebec, sheltering beneath its base an outdoor living space with a warming stove.

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5 of the Coolest Prefab Houses You Can Order Right Now | Curbed

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