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Summer’s just around the corner — take a look at these five functional and sustainable housing units that provide direct access to nature.

This story was written by Jami Smith and originally appeared under the title 5 Outdoor Campers at Dwell, a Matador syndication partner.

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  • Wendy Hetlet DeChambeau

    Lived in a wall tent one summer while building our cabin in Idaho. Makes one realize how much you can live without!

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