Tiny bivouac shelters mountaineers in Bosnia and Herzegovina


Bosnia and Herzegovina-based firm, Filter Architecture has just unveiled a stunning and practical shelter. ica, a majestic mountain range found in central Bosnia and Herzegovina. See the rest here: Tiny bivouac shelters mountaineers in Bosnia and Herzegovina. There are few things more satisfying than exploring the far-flung corners of the earth.

Tiny bivouac shelters mountaineers in Bosnia and Herzegovina


Bosnia and Herzegovina-based firm, Filter Architecture has just unveiled a stunning and practical shelter. ica, a majestic mountain range found in central Bosnia and Herzegovina. Tiny bivouac shelters mountaineers in Bosnia and Herzegovina. There are few things more satisfying than exploring the far-flung corners of the earth. However, both day hikers and long-term explorers know how important it can be to find decent shelter from bad weather or unfortunate circumstances.


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