By AYESHA KHAN for Architectural Digest.
Around since antiquity, stilt houses have been found by archaeologists in almost every part of the world, from arctic climes to Fijian waters. Built up off the ground, these ingenious homes serve a variety of practical purposes, such as keeping out floods, vermin, and ice. Today the world’s
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Four Seasons Bora Bora
Each of the resort’s 100 overwater villas employs the sustainable thatched-roof architecture of Polynesia, woven from the leaves of the indigenous pandanus tree by local craftsmen. Interiors by San Francisco-based firm Bamo incorporate volcanic stone read more >>>
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