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Last spring, Airbnb quietly launched a new category of homes: design. The qualifications? Each listing had to have architectural and interior panache, whether a modernist mansion in Los Angeles or a tiny wood home in Hudson that blended into the landscape.
This week, Airbnb shared the most wishlisted design properties across the platform. They’re quite literally all over the place: there’s a bamboo house in Bali, an eco-friendly home in the Brazilian jungle, and a cabin built into a cliff in Colorado. A common thread? Every single one is surrounded by nature, highlighting our desire to go to remote places away from it all. Many also are in a competitive price range and within a reasonable drive from metropolitan areas. Low-key weekend getaways, it seems, will always be in style.
Below, the most wishlisted design-forward Airbnbs.
Chalet Micro-Element (Quebec, Canada)
The mirrored exterior of this Airbnb makes it appear at one with its Nordic landscape: a door reflects rocks and trees while a wall reflects an arctic lake. Spend your days canoeing, hiking, or bird watching—the region is home to over 270 different species—or just drinking wine by the fire. An added bonus? The property is only 25 minutes from Oslo and its cultural attractions.