Spanish architect Marc Mogas created this prefabricated cottage in Spain's Pyrenees mountains as a cost-effective summer retreat.
Mogas designed the dwelling to be transported to the site in three modules. This helped to keep the project to its budget of €100,000 (£87,000) and allowed construction work to continue through the winter months.
The pine-clad sections – one for bedrooms, another for the lounge and a third for a roof space mezzanine – were joined together on site to create the 100-square-metre Ripollès cottage.
"To confer the idea of a forest cottage, the project is located in order to cut down as few trees as possible," said the architect.
Photos: José Hevia
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