In this Melbourne winter afternoon, I have been day dreaming of a holiday somewhere warm...
Hotel Aire de Bardenas is my kind of architectural haven. Set in a dramatic landscape in Navarre, Spain, it was featured in Wallpaper Magazine and the great website Remodelista (thanks to the gorgeous Sunday Ganim for pointing it out to me!). Designed by Barcelona based architects Emiliano Lopez and Mónica Rivera, you can see more of their work here
These timber structures are designed as both wind-break and fencing, and are make from recycled local produce boxes from near-by farms.
Window boxes which create a cosy space for bedding, the architects call them 'inhabitable windows', I immediately want to be in this space.