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Bývanie v meste je skvelé. Nákupy, kávičky, kultúra, nočný života a party, to všetko máte rovno pod nosom. Na druhej strane život v meste beží strašne rýchlo, stres, ponáhľanie sa, zápchy a mnoho ďalších… Niekedy je potrebné vypnúť a na víkend sa zavrieť niekde do hôr, na dedinu k babke, jednoducho, niekde, kde je ticho a kde človek bez televízie, internetu a telefónov môže zahodiť všetky starosti za hlavu.

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Strávte aj vy so svojím partnerom čarovnú noc v horách uprostred ničoho alebo pri jazere v romantickej chalúpke. Pozrite sa s nami na pár čarovných miest, ktoré skutočne existujú a nechajte sa inšpirovať.

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Grotli, Norway. SL emailed to KF
Above photo credit: Noah Kalina in Sandpoint, Idaho

2Photo credit: Connor Charles in Sisters, Oregon
East Greenland. Photographer Submitted not on CP.com
Photo credit: Haukur Sigurdsson in Kulusuk, East Greenland

Three Fingers Mountain Lookout, Baker River Wilderness, Washington.
Photo credit: Ethan Welty in North Cascades National Park, Washington

House in Oberweisenthal, Germany http://cabinporn.com/post/12930396813/house-in-oberweisenthal-germany-photographs-by
Photo credit: Sebastian Heise in Oberwiesenthal, Germany

Grotli, Norway. SL emailed to KF
Photo credit: Noah Kalina in Deer Isle, Maine

Boathouse on the Obersee in Bavaria, Germany. http://cabinporn.com/post/51733850557/boathouse-on-the-obersee-in-bavaria-germany
Photo credit: Jenn and Willie Witte in Bavaria, Germany

Grotli, Norway. SL emailed to KF
Photo credit: Anka Lambrecht and Lukas Wezel in Grotli, Norway

A magical cabin converted from a watermill by a Serbian painter whose father owned and operated many mills along this Bosnian river. http://cabinporn.com/post/83536928947/a-magical-cabin-converted-from-a-watermill-by-a
Photo credit: Brice Portolano in Zelenkovac, Bosnia

Ramshackle prefabricated cabin at the foot of the Snowy Mountains in Tintaldra, Australia. SITUATED ON A VAST PROPERTY ON THE SOUTHERN BANKS OF THE MURRAY RIVER IN TINTALDRA, APPROXIMATELY 100KM EAST OF ALBURY, THIS UNIQUE HOME SERVES AS AN AUSTRALIAN BASE FOR A CLIENT LIVING OVERSEAS AND OFFERS A SECLUDED YET INTIMATE EXISTENCE FROM WHICH THE SURROUNDING ENVIRONMENT CAN BE OBSERVED AND REVERED. As a small boutique project, the design brief required a single-module cabin that was completely offgrid and easily maintained during long periods of unoccupancy throughout the year. A cladding system was subsequently developed to create a salvaged, shed-like exterior, consisting of a base layer of new zincalume and a top layer of recycled zincalume which was applied for effect. When viewed from the road, the cabin recedes into the landscape by looking like any number of sheds in the area and appears as a small silhouette against the main range of the snowy mountains on the horizon. As a stark contrast, the interior floorplan is crisp white with clean lines and contemporary fittings and fixtures, although the environment continues to be referenced in punctuations of timber flooring, decking, and a wood fire heater that invites the outdoors in. Minimalistic in layout, the cabin provides all the amenities needed for living including a master bedroom, bathroom and modest open plan kitchen/living/dining area, while solar panels, a septic tank and a rainwater tank ensures year-round services and minimal environmental impact.
Photo credit: Jaime Diaz-Berrio in Tintaldra, Australia

Grotli, Norway. SL emailed to KF
Photo credit: Noah Kalina in Keene, New York

Grotli, Norway. SL emailed to KF
Photo credit: Noah Kalina in Scottsdale, Arizona

Grotli, Norway. SL emailed to KF
Photo credit: Noah Kalina in Pine Valley, California

Linescio Switzerland 200-year-old stacked stone home in Linescio, Switzerland. Renovated by Buchner Bründler Architekten in 2011, the exterior was left untouched while the interior was reconstructed layer by layer with poured concrete. http://cabinporn.com/post/74193222858/200-year-old-stacked-stone-home-in-linescio

Zdroj: www.mymodernmet.com