Cob Cottage

Cob Cottage

Cob is an age-old method of building that can be used to create very unique organically-shaped structures. This particular example, called the Cob Cottage, is situated on Mayne Island, a quiet and laid-back locale in the Gulf Islands of British… Continue Reading

Beachfront cottage in Denmark

Beachfront cottage in Denmark

Several dozen cottages line a beach on the northeast coast of Funen, Denmark’s central island. Among them is this tiny house with roughly 16 m2 (172 ft2) on the ground floor, plus a sleeping loft. The floor plan is almost… Continue Reading

Seaside single house

Seaside single house

This attractive small house has an enviable location overlooking the seashore of Monte Argentario National Park in Tuscany. The architects from modostudio designed the 90 m2 (969 ft2) house within the remnants of a half-collapsed stone barn. The stones remained… Continue Reading

Barn house in Woodstock

Barn house in Woodstock

The idea of living in a converted barn holds a lot of romantic appeal for many people. The problem from a small-house perspective is that most barns are pretty big. However this 100-year-old barn turned vacation rental in Upstate New… Continue Reading

House on a plot of 36.95 square meters

House on a plot of 36.95 square meters

With the world’s increasing population, our major cities are becoming more and more densely populated. Japan is one of the countries which faces problems caused by it’s great population and limited space. That is why Fujiwarramuro Architects has created a… Continue Reading

Chambourcin Cottage

Chambourcin Cottage

Chambourcin Cottage was designed and built by Hawke’s Bay architect Steve McGavock. Its vaulted ceilings and native timber features throughout were inspired by renowned New Zealand architect John Scott. Newly renovated and tastefully decorated in 2016 by the talented Bibby+Brady… Continue Reading