Everything is laid bare at this minimalist alpine hut by Italian architects Fabio Vignolo and Francesca Turnaturi.
The Immerso Glamping hut is a 65-sq-ft off-grid cabin in the Piedmont town of Usseaux.
Inspired by quick-build housing designed for disaster relief, the transparent shack is erected on a hillside, surrounded by lush alpine peaks.
Viggnolo and Turnaturi built it with a simple birch plywood frame and plexiglass panelled walls and roof, while door panels open fully to the surrounds.
The remote retreat is available for overnight stays via Airbnb for $90 per night and is furnished with a double bed and stool but no water or power. At night time, guests can draw the curtains and focus on the sky views, while in the morning Immerso’s front end opens straight onto the surrounding field, which you might find yourself sharing with the local cows.