Cabanas no Rio, or Cabins on the River, is a pair of modest wooden buildings planted on the in the town of Grândola, Portugal. Created by Lisbon’s Aires Mateus, and built using exclusively salvaged timber, the mini-compound is intended as a weekend retreat for its lucky, if modest, owners. One hut is designated for sleeping while the other, outfitted with a simple countertop, is suited as a cooking and living area. It is difficult to resist comparison with a backyard clubhouse, though perhaps with a little better scenery. For more, visit dezeen.