The book explores the wondrous forms that the humble cabin can take. In the Southern United States, for example, there is a three-bedroom cabin built into the trees. Connected by rope bridges adorned with fairy lights, this cabin is part-tree house, part magical hideaway.
From the Italian mountains to a Danish archipelago, the locations of the cabins are almost as appealing as the architecture itself. Among the more unique in the book is an observation hut perched above the wilderness of Latvia, and a wooden cabin nearly camouflaged from view under snow-covered trees in Hungary.
Here is a collection of the most remarkable of the tiny houses: