Always wanted a tiny prefab house that can be setup just about anywhere? If so, then look no further than Latvia-based Brette Haus’s foldable cabins. Offered in various sizes – including a glamping lodge, permanent home, garden house, home office, etc. – they can be configured to your liking and unfolded in just 3-hours. Their Rustic model is the smallest of the lot and spans up to 517-square-feet of living space, priced from $22,860 USD.
At first glance, this may look like a medieval castle somewhere in Europe, but this is actually the Jilong Castle Country Club. This four-star resort,, located on a small island in the middle of Wanfeng Lake in southwestern China’s Guizhou Province, wouldn’t look out of place in a fairy tale, complete with a picturesque bridge linking it to the mainland. However, don’t let its looks fool you, staying a night here will only run you around $40 USD for a basic room.
Apple has explored some creative retail store designs over the years, whether it be New York’s Fifth Avenue store or the Milan Piazza Liberty in Italy. Singapore may soon take the crown with their new Apple Store at Marina Bay Sands, which celebrates the first Apple store in the world that sits on water.
You’ve probably heard of glamping, which is the portmanteau of “glamorous” and “camping”, but for those who haven’t, it’s basically camping with amenities with some resort-style services. Boomkamp, managed by Ika Merlin and Tobias Knockaert, aims to take that to a whole new level. Situated in a forest not far from Bruges, Belgium, this tree house hotel complex of sorts offers all that you need for a comfortable night’s stay.
Haaks Opperland Camper looks normal at first, but upon closer inspection, you’ll realize that it’s actually a mini two-story sustainable home on wheels. What about the vehicle? It’s a Fiat Ducato, and yes, it comes with the Opperland camper unit itself. To purchase it outright, you’re looking at shelling out approximately $153K, which includes Netherland’s private motor vehicle and motorcycle tax (BPM) and the European Union’s value-added tax (VAT).