Outdoor fireplace by Hagen and Zohar. Inspired by Norwegian turf huts, the versatile design illuminates the garden at night while shielding your fire from the wind. An excellent play structure when not in use as a fire hut.
Image 4 of 10 from gallery of Rope Pavilion / Kevin Erickson. Courtesy of Kevin Erickson
Designing Invisible Architecture: Bird Hides by Biotope,Steilnes Bird Hide. Image Courtesy of Biotope
Toronto-based practice Lateral Office has shared with us their proposal for the Warming Huts competition, entitled “Drift-Pass”.
Mjölk Architects shared with us their winning entry, titled 'Polar Hen', to an international arts and architecture competition in Winnipeg, MB, Canada.
KNE studio wins the Warming Huts art and architecture competition based on the Assiniboine River skating trail with their ROPE Pavilion, made from rope woven into a birch frame.