Starting from the demand of people who want to stay away from the crowds and want a comfortable place to hide, studio JeanArch under the direction Jeanna Berger her studied stress reduction conducted by Karolinska Institute. From the results of extensive research they have succeeded in creating 72 hour cabin and offers an inspiring retreat on the island of Henriksholm, Sweden. As if lost in nature, these small wooden modules are installed on stage to minimize their impact on the ground while providing protection against wild animals. The decor is quite simple and minimalist so every client can experience a  [ Read More ]

This cabin is an amazing masterpiece that was built gradually over six decades by Jim Olson’s. The project also became a respect for nature and admiration for the beauty of the site. Situated in the middle of pine and cedar trees and overlooking Puget Sound in rural Washington State, is about being part of nature and observing nature. What started out as an area of 14-square-foot bunker that was built in 1959 near the small community of Longbranch, has changed drastically over the next remodel in 1981, 1997, 2003 and 2014 to a weekend retreat simple but very habitable. Olson  [ Read More ]

This house was built for family retreat hidden in the wooded hills of Northern California, where the whole family, friends and colleagues can get together when they want to holidays. Finally the house is finished with using the forest as concept of the house itself. Not just a single building, the house consists of a group of tent cabins, three quarter sleeping, a living room and dining room together. Go up into the forest canopy on stilts and connected by a wooden walkway and gathering place. It aims to cultivate laughter and hospitality with family and friends. Tent roof and  [ Read More ]