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Casa Quebrada by UNarquitectura

By • Aug 9, 2014

Casa Quebrada by UNarquitectura (4)

Casa Quebrada is a retreat home located in Curacaví, Santiago de Chile, Chile.

It was designed by UNarquitectura and completed in 2013.

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Caring Cabin by TVA Architects

By • Feb 3, 2013

This contemporary retreat is a pr0-bono project by TVA Architects that is located in Pacific City, Oregon, USA.

It was designed for the Children’s Cancer Association as a refuge for patients and their families.

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Casa en el Arbol Enraizada by Urbanarbolismo

By • Dec 13, 2012

This rustic tree house is a 2011 project by Urbanarbolismo that is located in Extremadura, Spain.

Its purpose is to serve as a hidden retreat for both adults and children.

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Retreat in the South-Indian Countryside by Mancini

By • Sep 28, 2012 •  Selected Work 

This contemporary compound, consisting of three houses, is located in South India.

It was designed by Mancini in collaboration with Govinda Luke Bowley in  2009.

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Gambier Island Retreat by Battersby Howat Architects

By • May 22, 2012 •  Selected Work 

Vancouver-based studio Battersby Howat Architects has designed this contemporary retreat on Gambier Island, an island located in Howe Sound near Vancouver, British Columbia.

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Bluff House by Bruns Architecture

By • Sep 29, 2011

Wisconsin-based studio Bruns Architecture has completed the Buff House project uin 2009.

This quiet contemporary retreat is located in the city of Baraboo, Wisconsin, USA.

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Ridge House by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson

By • Jun 2, 2011

The US-based architectural firm Bohlin Cywinski Jackson has completed the Ridge House project.

This 6,300 square foot retreat is located along the crest of a narrow ridge overlooking a broad valley in rural Canada.

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Kaweah Falls House, a River Runs Through it!

By • Mar 28, 2011 •  Selected Work 

Located in Three Rivers, a rustic yet stylish community which serves as the gateway to the Sequoia National Park in California, this home was built in 1942 by architect Frank Robert, a student of Frank Lloyd Wright.

This single-family residence is unique for its design which actually spans the rushing flume waters, and yet is absolute riverfront to the main river adjacent.

There are four private living spaces for a total of 3,000+ sq/ft with 4 bedrooms, 4 full baths, 2 kitchens several private decks and porches all with amazing river views.

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