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Structure studio Bureau has used a tough concrete end to disguise a small picket cabin in France as a boulder.
Named Thérèse, the construction is distinguishable solely by a porthole-style window and is situated within the rural grounds of latest artwork house Bermuda outdoors the city of Sergy.
Some readers had been impressed by the challenge, with one praising it as a “nice, playful experimental departure from the standard containers”, whereas one other described its inside as “claustrophobic”.
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