Positioned on a compact strip of land between the sea and the road, Yasutaka Yoshimura Architects they designed "window house" in Kanagawa, Japan:
a small residence built around a staircase that offers sweeping views of Mount Fuji and Sagami Bay. The three-storey structure is defined by large openings on both sides that allow light to pervade inside. Thanks to its perched position the house protect its inhabitants from flooding.
Located on one of the best mountain vistas in Austria, this 45 square meters house designed by Peter Jungmann is a fully furnished and functional house, located on a hill in the village of Nussdorf. Jokingly named after a combination of the words "UFO" and "VOGEL", which in German means bird, Ufogel is set on stilts and structured like a vacation home that captures the spectacular views available, while having the least possible impact on the natural environment. in which it is inserted.
Cabanas no Rio, literally “Huts on the River”, one of the latest creations of the Aires Mateus brothers, a universal archetype of freedom and independence.
The architect Aibek Almasov di A.Masow Design Studio has designed a concept of a modern spiritual refuge located in a forest the mountains of Almaty in Kazakhstan. The project, known as "Tree in the house", Presents a space of four floors in cylindrical glass characterized by a shaft enclosed in the center.
Finnish building regulations allow you to build a small "micro-house" of approximately 9sqm (96sq.ft) without any authorization,