Located in San Vigilio di Marebbe, Italy, the Jagdhaus Tamers is a cozy mountain cabin built entirely of wood. Designed by EM2 Architekten, the cabin has the special feature of a wall that can be opened up completely, exposing the home to the environment that surrounds it - and the stunning mountain viewscapes.. Built with minimal windows so that when it is empty it can be buttoned up and safe from curious wildlife, the home has a few long and linear windows and one large glazing that let the natural light in, but its not until the wall is opened up that the connection with the outdoors is complete.
The Jagdhaus Tamers is surrounded by a forest of tall, majestic trees that is home to a wide array of wildlife and when the homeowners spend time in their home away from home, they have a unique ability to enjoy the beautiful sounds of nature.
Photography: Mads Mogensen
if i was trapped inside a room filled with explosives and the only way out was to eat a whole tomato i would die
By the artist David Côté
Imperial Tattoo Connexion
Wales tattoo, done by Lee Hadfield at Swansea Tattoo Co.
got it by guest artist Daniel at Onkel Henrys in Trondheim, Norway
I hope I’m better equipped to face my future with a weapon of ink on my spine
Designed in the artwork style of Wassily Kadinsky - by Leah Williams, Denver, CO
this is my 9th tattoo, done by Spider Tattoo in Gliwice, Poland.
I grew up in a house surrounded by pine trees. you know, like a Calvin & Hobbes upbringing with a thicket and a creek. moving to New York, I knew that I’d have to give some of that up, but I think I was a little spoiled in my youth.
I wanted a tree on my arm (a spruce at first, but aspens are my favorite. we kinda settled on an imaginary hybrid. if you are considering a tattoo in NY, go to Goose). I just needed a little nature back in my daily life. a little oxygen. a little bit of a reminder that I’ll return to trees sooner or later.