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Life in the Woods - Creative cabin architecture

Life in the Woods

Creative cabin architecture

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US$ 70
Multilingual Edition:
English, French, German
Availability: In Stock
  • Cabins is full of stunning photography and informative text that makes it ideal for tossing on your coffee table. Also included are illustrations by Marie-Laure Cruschi that help you delve deeper into the design behind both rustic cabins and more contemporary ones. Pick it up, get inspired, and prepare to want your own.”

    — Coolmaterial.com
  • “Dream of an architectural stunner in a woodsy, rural escape? Then Cabins, a lavish TASCHEN coffee table book out this month, is for you…”

    — ApartmentTherapy.com, New York
  • “This gorgeous new title explores how this particular type of building presents architects and their clients with the opportunity to be creative in a way that designing a typical home simply cannot allow. The result is a beautiful, romantic book with stunning photography and bright contemporary illustrations…”

    — Tatler Homes, Hong Kong
  • “There’s something about the fusion of vernacular simplicity, elegant detailing and stunning sites that makes this the perfect armchair excursion into the woods.”

    — Wallpaper Magazine, London
  • “…The book’s graphics make is a good choice for any designer; its innovations, for any armchair architect.”

    — North & South, Auckland
  • “…clearly a book with attitude…61 diverse projects, beautifully portrayed by a playful mix of stunning photographs and illustrations. The illustrations play a dominant part in the reading experience both helping to portray the cabins primary elements but also to fuel the romance and fantasy of living in the woods unencumbered by reality. For an architect, this book must be a compelling source of inspiration…Cabin Fever was never so good.”

    — World Architecture News, London
  • “…Offering inspiration and a hefty dose of envy for all fans of stylish design and the great outdoors, this is definitely a book to get lost in.”

    — The Dabbler, London