Dwell - ÖÖD

They're meant to be hotel accommodations, but judging by the design and quality of Ood Mirrored Prefab Rooms, they'd make fine getaways as well. The exterior is split between wood.

Fire Lookout homes and tiny houses

9 Amazing Lookout Towers Converted Into Homes reminds me of where we used to hang out on Rich Mountain, Mena, Ar

Workspace

In Austin, everyone knows you can’t swing a Torchy’s taco without hitting a tech or software startup. But have you heard about the city’s micro-housing startup?Instead of developing cutting-edge apps, 

Fall Foliage Dream:  I'm convinced there's no better fall foliage on earth than in the Catskills. Not only is it my favorite time of year but it also makes each humble abode pop against the bright orange and yellow backdrop. I'd probably drop everything I'm doing to live in this hut right now.

Jack Tumen by The Cabin Chronicles

Fall Foliage Dream: I'm convinced there's no better fall foliage on earth than in the Catskills. Not only is it my favorite time of year but it also makes each humble abode pop against the bright orange and yellow backdrop.

Rural Retreat

Kasita Brings the Smart World to Tiny, Prefab Stackable Houses - SolidSmack -

Outdoor Aesthetics | The Park Butte fire lookout on Mount Baker

The Park Butte fire lookout on Mount Baker

The Ranger Station    Perhaps my favorite part of Olympic National Forest are the cabin-like ranger stations sprinkled throughout the area. While Storm King garners all the attention for being "That PNW Cabin," I find Sol Duc speaks to me in a rather mellow tone. I mean, c'mon, how can you not love those shutters with the pine trees on them?

Jack Tumen by The Cabin Chronicles

Film and photography from the Catskills to Brooklyn. All photos and words by Jack Tumen. - The Cabin Chronicles's Jack Tumen design collection on Dwell.

The Simple Cabin:  When I was a kid I used to draw houses as a rectangle with a door, one window and a triangle roof on top. I'm wondering who got their hands on those blueprints...

Jack Tumen by The Cabin Chronicles

The Simple Cabin: When I was a kid I used to draw houses as a rectangle with a door, one window and a triangle roof on top. I'm wondering who got their hands on those blueprints.

The Bjellandsbu, a 376-square-foot hunting cabin located in western Norway. Designed by Snøhetta, Photo by James Silverman  #cabin #prefab #norway #horse #grassroof #snow

Cabins & Hideouts by Stephen Blake

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