The best architect-designed holiday homes from around the world, including beach huts, summer houses, hilltop villas and ski chalets.
Twelve Architects has designed Escapade Silverstone, a group holiday homes that will overlook the track at Silverstone – home of the British Grand Prix.
Fearon Hay Architects has completed holiday home Te Pakeke, which hides from neighbouring properties while having views of the surrounding landscape.
Photographer Cristobal Palma has captured late Chilean architect Cristián Boza's cliffside retreat, which was built in the 1990s and features a yellow wall.
Casa Palerm is a standalone villa built for a hotel in Mallorca by OHLAB with a window designed to replicate the dimensions of a retro cinema screen.
A modular unit encompasses all the domestic functions of Alfondac guest apartment by architecture studio Aixopluc, leaving the rest of the floor plan empty.
House in Pyrgos is a fortress-style summer house covered with earth-toned plaster built by Kapsimalis Architects on Santorini.
Alberese stones and Carrara marble are just some of the materials Emanuela Frattini Magnusson and Pietro Todeschini have used inside this holiday home.
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Refuel Works and Formafatal took cues from buildings by Paulo Mendes da Rocha to construct this concrete villa in Costa Rica nestled into the jungle landscape.
A screened porch is sandwiched between two cedar volumes to form this holiday home that the founders of Berman Horn Studio have built themselves in Maine.
Formafatal has used blackened wood, perforated aluminium panels and a green roof to form this low-lying holiday home in Costa Rica.