The Majestic Alps and their snow-filled slopes spread across Europe offer some of the top ski destinations on the planet. But for those across the Atlantic both USA and Canada offer some gorgeous snow-laden slopes that are equally enticing and far more accessible.
Just because the home is small doesn’t mean it’s short on function. From the kitchen you can access a small open storage area and there’s even additional closet space in the bathroom! And yes the house features plumbing and wiring. Below we see corrugated metal walls surrounding a compact shower. We end with a view of the back of the home complete with three windows and of course the wheels…
Designers of Seta House created a structure which is constantly connected with the world outside. An open plan means that the first floor sports a living room a dining space a kitchen that are all rolled into a cool ‘social area’.
Below we see the finished product which features a smart load panel that uploads real-time data about the home’s energy consumption. Silo House consists of three cylinders–one for the bedroom one for the kitchen and one for the living room:
Paradigm is available in a range of sizes from studio to three-bedroom dwellings. As stated on the Bogue Trondowski site “The homes are designed to be energy and water Net Zero and are targeting LEED Platinum the Passivhaus Standard and 6 of the 7 petals of the Living Building Challenge once designs are adjusted for site specific conditions.” Yep they’re eco-friendly!
From Colorado to Calgary there are plenty of skiing grounds that attract visitors from all over the world. No wonder then that an enthusiastic couple wanted a magical getaway built in one of Ontario’s private ski resorts; a task that has been completed with sparkling brilliance by designers from Atelier Kastelic Buffey.
The wheels of each rolling hut help to elevate the structure so guests can enjoy an optimal view… Ready for a glimpse at the interior? The modern design does not disappoint. In fact these dwellings were designed by Tom Kundig of Olson Kundig Architects. Note the warm wooden details and the earthy glow of each space: