Gapahuk Prefab Cabin

Named after the Norwegian word for a simple shelter, the Gapahuk Prefab Cabin uses its twisting roof to adapt to nearly any site. The cabin is built to maximize social area, with the large open kitchen, living, and dining space taking up the bulk of the 100 square meter layout. Three bedrooms, a bathroom, and storage comprise the rest of the enclosed area, while an overhang in one corner creates a large patio. The roof design is also solar-friendly for off-grid installations, and the simple wooden structure and cladding allow materials to be locally sourced.

  • East Trentham House

    Set in the Australian town for which it's named, the East Trentham House strikes a delicate balance between rustic charm and cool modernism. The exterior of the home is a simple monotone gray so as to not clash with the colors of the European garden, and wooden pergolas soften its form on either side. Inside, touches like hand-glazed bathroom wall tiles, scraped timber floors, and custom cabinetry lend it a welcoming feel fitting for its rural setting. The property is finished off with a simple darkly-clad barn that serves as a foil for the surrounding foliage.

    Photos: Dan Hocking + Adam Kane / Adam Kane Architects

  • Wooden House

    Set in the clearing of a Slovenian forest, the Wooden House uses its vertical pentagonal shape to maximize its small plot. While the exterior walls are clad in rugged black metal, the interior is lined with soft wood, which combines with the glass facade to give the feeling of being outdoors. The facade is visible from the living room, dining room, and kitchen on the ground floor and the bedrooms upstairs, with only the combination bathroom and sauna shielded from view. A small deck and minimal landscaping provide the finishing touches to this minimalist dwelling.

    Photos: Miha Bratina / Studio Pikaplus

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