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Two dilapidated sheds built in 1961 on the shingle beach of Dungeness in Kent have been replaced with a cosy holiday home by London studios MS-DA and Johnson Naylor.
When modernist master Jean Prouvé created his demountable houses in 1944 as temporary shelters for war refugees of the French region of Lorraine, little did he dream that a refurbished version of his 6×6 emergency prefabricated home would end up as a s…
Prefabricated house in beautiful nature allows people to escape the city and sleep under the stars.
Modern shelter with small bedroom, kitchen, bathroom, fireplace, and panoramic windows. Designed and made by Danish company Vipp.