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  • Gábor Csigás

    nonconcept: The Black Lodge in the woods of Furillen, an island in the Baltic Sea by Jagnefalt Milton.

  • Miriam Hill

    Solid tipi with wood stove heater

  • Topo Designs

    A frame in the fog

  • Ixchel Lahun

    Furillen, Sweden Dream house

  • Alex H

    Residential Architecture: Black Lodge by Jägnefält Milton: “..Tourists to a remote Swedish island will soon be able to abandon the hotel rooms of a luxury resort to sleep inside triangular huts on a deserted beach..each Black Lodge will have wooden walls that fold open so that guests can open the room out to the elements as much or as little as they prefer..The only furniture inside will be wooden boards, which can be used as tables, beds or benches, plus stools..The huts will be constructed fro

  • Sarah Hausmann

    A little cabin in the woods

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Tourists to a remote Swedish island will soon be able to abandon the hotel rooms to sleep inside triangular huts on a deserted beach. Designed by Stockholm architects Jagnefalt Milton, each Black Lodge will have wooden walls that fold open so that guests can open the room out to the elements as much as they prefer.

Jägnefält Milton's Forest Pavilion tests new Swedish building law

Stockholm studio Jägnefält Milton has designed a leaf-shaped pavilion for a woodland site – taking advantage of a new Swedish planning stipulation that allows structures under a certain size to be built without permission.

Bukit Lawang Lodge is located in Sumatra, Indonesia, on a site adjacent to an orang-utan sanctuary (designed by Foster Lomas)

Love this..it's modern, it's elegant and it still fits into the setting..working with the context really is one of the most important things an architect has to do if you ask me..

Swedish house featuring a black steel exterior.

Norwegian architects Fantastic Norway have designed a mountain lodge with a sloping roof that you can ski over.

LOVE!! the random boards in front of the wall of glass! Shade, art & great for reducing bird strikes!

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