Sitting in an idyllic location near the city of Sandefjord, along Norway& southeastern coastline, is this secluded cluster of micro cabins. They constitute the holiday home of a multigenerational family, designed by Oslo-based Reiulf Ramstad Architect.
Small spaces mean smaller material needs, allowing budgetary leeway to try something new, like the Japanese shou-sugi-ban-style charred wood siding used here on the exterior of Hunter Floyd and Damon Wake’s Cinder Box.
Located in Thailand’s former capital of Ayutthaya, the Sala Ayutthaya is a twenty-six room boutique hotel near the Chao Phraya River. Designed by Bangkok-based architects Onion, the hotel is divided by a long corridor of locally handcrafted brick.