Gallery: Feral Houses: Matali Crasset Completes the First of Four Fores...

A stretch of forest in France, not far from Meuse, Lorraine is home to a series of magical summer retreats. Over the past five years the region has invited artists and designers to create six camping villages, and the latest addition was recently completed by French designer extraordinaire Matali Crasset. The Birdhouse cottage takes the form of a cubic cabin set on its end, and it's the first of four "Feral Houses" that the designer has dreamt up for the region.

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  1. Cybersuze July 14, 2011 at 10:34 pm

    Lazyreader makes an excellent point about the pointedness of these points.

  2. lazyreader July 13, 2011 at 7:52 am

    Why is the house tilted on it’s corner. If it rests on its base, they would have more space. Apparently architects don’t even consider the fact that perpendicular walls are useful for hanging pictures and shelves.

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