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A new wave of coastal living in Surf Shacks

Surfing is a way of life. A life dominated by the waves and the tide with a cozy place to pause in between, Surf Shacks illustrates how surfers live both on and off shore. This book series takes a deeper look at surfers’ homes and artistic habits. From the remote Hawaiian treehouse of the Goodwin family to the Japanese mountain cabin of Taro Tamai, every space has a unique tale. Discover why a surf shack is a special living space.

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A new wave of coastal living in Surf Shacks

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    What Makes A Proper Surf Shack?

    What Makes A Proper Surf Shack?

    We sat down with Surf Shacks creator Matt Titone to find out what goes into a surfy abodeRead More

    10 Superb Surf Shacks

    10 Superb Surf Shacks

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    10 Superb Surf Shacks The surfer subculture has evolved over the years since it burst to prominence in the '60s as a counterculture way of life. The homes of surfers often reflect the creativity and adventurousness that's synonymous with the sport—some even call it art. Here is a selection of surf …

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    Taro Tamai Niseko, Japan Matt Titone Most surfers don’t know who Taro Tamai is. And despite his iconic status within the snow and outdoor community, …

    Zanja House by Sam Titone

    Zanja House by Sam Titone

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    His brother, Sam, and wife, Courtney, worked together to turn a garage into a studio with a breezy, boho vibe. Matt Titone’s first volume of Surf Shacks, published by gestalten in 2017, celebrated the dwellings of surfers all around the world—from industry legend Randy Hild to lesser-known creatives …

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