Contemporary cabins, minimalist refuges and colourful cottages, all designed to conjure up a world of well-lived escape
How To Get Away: Cabins, Cottages and The Design of Retreat visits some of the most prolific designers, artists and creatives at the getaways they have envisioned for themselves or others.
Spanning six continents, we travel from the laid-back beaches of Brazil to the mountains of Lebanon, passing Californian forest cabins and rural Canadian cottages on the way.
Among the hideouts featured in this book, you’ll find a chateau envisioned by French designer Pierre Yovanovitch in Provence, France; design duo Studio KO’s compound outside of Marrakech; the nomadic artist Not Vital’s castle in the Engadine Valley, Switzerland; New York studio General Assembly’s reimagining of a Hudson Valley farmhouse; an architectural nest designed by South African artist Pork Hefer in the Namib Desert – and many more.
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