Just an hour and a half south of San Diego, twenty single-story cabins dot the rugged hillside in the wine region of Valle de Guadalupe, Mexico.
The architects aimed to respect the landscape as much as possible, so each 65-square-foot cabin sits over the craggy terrain on steel legs. Corten steel covers the walls and roofs of the buildings, making them blend into the hillside. The cabins have private wooden terraces with their own clay chimineas to warm you up on chilly nights.
Inside, the cabins have minimal—but luxurious—bedrooms and baths with either a black or white interior. Well-placed windows offer stunning views.
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