Inspired by his love of nature and its healing abilities, designer Caspar Schols created a cabin that slides open for an unparalleled indoor-outdoor experience. ANNA Stay is the newest iteration of this cabin. Made from timber and glass, ANNA has two sliding shells that are adapted to any climate and can be separated when you want a breath of fresh air.
With skyrocketing real estate and rent prices in most large cities around the world, tiny homes offer affordability.
The pioneers in off-grid living have revealed an electrifying new Airstream trailer.
Tiny living doesn’t always mean giving up the pleasures of a larger home. Elsa, by Olive Nest Tiny Homes, is a perfect example. Featuring a greenhouse and porch swing, Elsa allows for the cozy and minimalist lifestyle that is so attractive about tiny homes but adds the pleasure of having a backyard. Inspired by vernacular Scandinavian architecture, Elsa features warm cedar shiplap siding contrasted with cool dark gray finishes on the exterior.
Airstream is synonymous with traveling the open road while Mercedes-Benz is known for its luxury vehicles.
A new project by ICON combines two things that tend to interest architecture lovers: 3D-printed buildings and tiny living.
The ongoing global pandemic has significantly altered the workplace and office culture. With working from home becoming much more common, employees and companies alike have had to make a variety of adjustments to accommodate this new lifestyle. While some may have shied away from this overwhelming wave of change, others have adapted their practices in order to thrive in this new normal.
Over the years, van life has been gaining more and more traction.
The Woodnest cabins are a modern getaway hidden amongst the trees in Odda, Norway.
Working from home has become a way of life for many of us. If you were suddenly thrust into conducting business from your dining table and are now itching for a space to call your own, look to a stylish tiny home for help. Work-from-home sheds have become extremely popular as they offer privacy and some much-needed distance from your other living areas.
The old-school road trip is making a comeback.
Adding on to your home doesn’t have to mean putting a room (or rooms)