Gabled wooden structures that encase glass-walled living spaces will distinguish these treehouses that Peter Pichler has designed for Kitzbühel, Austria.
Architecture studio Geza has wrapped a skin of sun-shading angled larch slats around this large gabled house on a steep Alpine slope in Italy.
Network of Architecture has added seven new Alpine chalets in an expansion of the Zallinger resort in northern Italy.
The brothers that commissioned Atelier Pierre Thibault to create them a shared weekend house each has a separate black block to accommodate their family.
The overhanging roof of this lakeside residence in Quebec was designed by architecture studio YH2 to match the profile of a bird's wings
Chopped wood fits into the side of a huge black fireplace at this chalet in Quebec, which provides a winter retreat for a family of skiers.
Rough concrete, white cedar and vast expanses of glass define this light-filled house by Canadian studio Bourgeois/Lechasseur Architects near a ski resort.