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Architecture studio Bureau has used a rough concrete finish to disguise a small wooden cabin in France as a boulder.
Named Thérèse, the structure is distinguishable only by a porthole-style window and is located in the rural grounds of contemporary art space Bermuda outside the town of Sergy.
Some readers were impressed by the project, with one praising it as a “pleasant, playful experimental departure from the usual boxes”, while another described its interior as “claustrophobic”.
Other stories in this week’s newsletter include an elongated metal Quonset hut designed by architecture studio Undecorated, an exclusive interview with Harley Davidson’s CEO about the brand’s plans to become all-electric and news of the world’s first magnetised fusion power plant, which is set to be built in the UK.
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