Cabin on a Rock

Anchored to a granite boulder in the White Mountains, the Cabin on a Rock is a tiny take on the traditional alpine retreat. The structure balances on nine concrete footings. It's small footprint and prefab construction allowed for minimal impact to the existing landscape. A mix of timber and steel clad the exterior's asymmetrical silhouette. Wide wood planks line the interior, providing a warm contrast to the winter climate, which is on full display from the 24-foot sliding glass wall.

Photos: Matt Delphenich / I-Kanda Architects

  • Camouflage House

    Concealed by its densely wooded plot, the Camouflage House is a livable greenhouse. The structure is comprised of glass and steel. This translucent facade douses the interior in natural light while sliding canvas panels filter the rays during warmer months. A combination of dark and light woods create a warm palette amongst the minimal decor. Along with the endless views, an indoor garden sprouting through the slanted roof further connects the interior to the landscape.

    Photos: Alessio Guarino / Gessato

  • Ceres House

    Using large glazed panels, the Ceres House makes the Australian landscape part of the decor. Although it's located on an entirely different continent, the home's single-story layout and gabled roofline are reminiscent of the American ranch. Inside, the pitched ceiling in the open living area is lined with cedar, adding a warm contrast to the white walls. A double-sided fireplace clad in Mt. Angus sandstone makes itself the focal point, while also creating a barrier between the main room and a more casual living space. The entire area is flanked by sliding glass doors and windows that frame in the pool, garden, and rolling hills beyond.

    Photos: Dean Bradley / Dan Gayfer Design

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