There are times when all of us wish to move away from the constant noise that surrounds us and into a setting that is far more tranquil and healthy. A holiday retreat in the woods a summer vacation home perched on the edge of a lofty cliff and overlooking beautiful mountains or even a second home where you spend more than half the time each year enjoying the untouched jungle landscape around you – every one of these ideas does sound like an absolute dream! The hard part of it all is to have both the resources and the ability to build such structures in remote locations. That is until you come across the designed by MAPA.
The concept of a treehouse can inspire a house set in the clearing among the trees still lifted above the ground but clearly setting itself apart from the nature with a noticeable sand-colored exterior. When the color scheme of the treehouse matches the surroundings down to a T the little house has the tendency to completely blend in and can usually benefit from an element that stands out just a little bit such as a light fenced deck.
A smaller and lower cottage can feel very secure and intimate a little space within a vast nature to be enjoyed in. It really puts itself in the center of attention without being too extravagant. The Godendart cabin is located Parc National de la Jacques Cartier only 4 hours North of Montréal.
Setting you back by $7.295 million Ascaya is well worth every penny that you splurge on it and then some more. Add to it the allure of Vegas strip just a few miles away and you have a winner in every sense of the word!
This wooden cabin feels like a genuine part of the woods the red doors being the only element indicating that this mini home isn’t one with the trees. A log cottage that fits into the tiny house category is a great example of a minimalist housing concept. The beautiful log exterior creates a rustic ambiance and the simplistic white doors serve as a cute and alluring element.