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The rippled timber core of this reindeer observation pavilion by architects Snøhetta mirrors the curves of the surrounding Dovre Mountains in Norway.
This vertiginous viewing platform in the Canadian Rockies was designed by Calgary firm Sturgess Architecture with a strengthened glass floor that provides a view straight down to the valley below.
Timber cabin by TYIN Tegnestue overlooks wild Norwegian landscape.
This wooden viewing cabin raised on stilts above the rugged landscape of southern Norway was designed by TYIN Tegnestue.
A national park in the Netherlands is the setting for this old water tower, which Dutch firm Zecc Architecten transformed into an observation point by twisting staircases through its middle.
Amidst the fast-paced construction of King's Cross in London, young Finnish studio AOR installed an angular canal-side platform where visitors can make contact with some of the local wildlife.
Visitors to this lakeside concrete tower in the Netherlands can scale its walls, jog up to an observation deck on its roof, or sail a zip wire across the water from a balcony.
This 25-metre wooden lookout in the Czech Republic by Mjölk Architekti is named Cucumber Tower in an attempt to discourage association with phallic forms.
Images of Zaha Hadid's addition to the Messner Mountain Museum, a string of buildings dotted through the Dolomites of northern Italy.
Landscape architects EMF teamed up with architecture firm Ardèvol to remove over 400 buildings from a former holiday village in eastern Spain and transform the landscape into a series of meandering pathways and coastal viewpoints.
This concrete staircase into the air by Lisbon architecture studio Ateliermob functions as a riverside amphitheatre.
An outdoor elevator by Spanish architects Vaumm connects the mountainside neighbourhoods of a Spanish town to those in the valley.