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Monte Rosa Hut

Inspired by medieval keeps, the Monte Rosa Hut is a multi-story shelter in an isolated mountain setting. Located in the shadow of the Matterhorn, it boasts five floors, with communal areas on the bottom, sleeping areas above, and a ribbon of windows that wraps around the building, following both the path of the sun and the spiral stairway, letting in natural warmth while providing outstanding views.

Photos: Bearth & Deplazes

  • Atolan House

    Set on Taiwan's east coast, the Atolan House puts the region's native building techniques at the forefront. The structure sits on a foundation of stones collected from the excavation process — a feature that inspired the home's namesake, which translates to "a place with many rocks". This theme also runs into the interior with large stone walls complimented by elements of steel, wood, and concrete. Intentionally angled to match the contour of the coastline, views of the Pacific Ocean are on full diaplay from every room in the house, as well as the rooftop terrace and infinity swimming pool.

    Photos: Create + Think Design Studio

  • Balnarring Retreat

    Equipped with a series of modular features, the Balnarring Retreat isn't defined by function. Each of the plywood walls contain folding components — a pull down bed, desk, and book shelves — transforming the space into an area for entertaining, meditating, yoga, or catching up on work. A north-facing glazed wall saturates the interior with nature, flooding the living room with natural light and views of the bordering pond. Created as a place to slow down from hectic urban living, the space is intentionally lo-fi, allowing the scenic surroundings to be your entertainment.

    Photos: Peter Clarke / Branch Studio Architects