Perched on the banks of Rio Sado in the south central region of Alentajo in Portugal, these cabins (which were once used by local fisherman) have been reinterpreted and designed by celebrated Lisbon-based architect Manuel Aires Mateus. One hut holds the bedroom, an en-suite bathroom and shower (which can be used inside or al fresco), while the other features a living room and a small practical kitchen. Fashioned from recycled timber, the huts can be found next to a wooden jetty overlooking the natural reserve of the Sado estuary, close to the fashionable seaside resort of Comporta.