The 10 Most-Read Architecture Articles of 2017

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The most popular features of the year in architecture, according to our readers.

#10 VILLA VOLTA

VILLA VOLTA, designed by Studio RTM, is one of the prize winners of the Bouwexpo Tiny Housing competition, hosted by the municipality of Almere in the Netherlands.

© Studio RTM / VILLA VOLTA

#09 Ateljé 25

Designed by Waldemarson Arkitekter, Ateljé 25 is a workshop, studio, or summer house, where creativity gets its own space.

© Waldemarson Arkitekter

#08 Dometastic 50

Dometastic 50 is a tiny house designed by architect Mustafa Anbar and is one of the winning entries of the 2016/2017 Bouwexpo Tiny Housing competition, which was hosted earlier this year by the municipality of Almere in the Netherlands.

© Dometastic

#07 CASA 802

CASA 802 is a 324-square-foot micro home developed by Norwich University faculty and students to provide sustainable, beautiful housing for people from all income levels.

© CASA 802

#06 Cinder Box

Cinder Box is a simple and adaptable micro dwelling design for any location, inspired by a desire to create a prefabricated structure for minimalized living that reduces cost, increases construction quality and allows for home ownership with the cost and mobility of an automobile.

© Cinder Box

#05 Cedar Shake Cottage

The Cedar Shake Cottage is a tiny home designed by STUDIO 512, an architecture firm based in Austin, Texas.

© STUDIO 512 / Interior by Whit Preston

#04 The Woodland Cabin

The Woodland Cabin is a small lakeside cabin on the edge of woodlands in the village of Nouvelles, Belgium created by London-based De Rosee Sa.

© Will Scott / De Rosee Sa

#03 Shacky

Shacky is a tiny house project, brainchild of Joep Pennartz, that can be located on farms across Victoria in Australia, as rent-able accommodation for lease by holiday makers looking to escape the city for the serenity of the countryside.

© Shacky & MvS Architects

#02 Walden’s Contemporary Tiny House

Walden Studio’s Contemporary Tiny House is a self-sufficient dwelling built with natural materials, a small house that manages to combine sustainability with sleek design.

© Walden Studio

#01 DROP box

DROP box is a modular micro architecture solution, designed by Barcelona-based creative studio In-Tenta, to have little to no impact on the natural ecological environment.

© In-Tenta by estudibasic

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