This tiny cabin was designed by Broadhurst Architects and combines tradition with some important contemporary details that keep the design fresh. It is mainly made from locally sourced wood and has a cantilevered deck on one edge overlooking the valley. Since the house is not always inhabited, in addition to the use of stilts to create a level structure for the cottage, the elevated nature of the residence also serves an additional purpose to keep local wildlife away. The decor of the cabin is quite traditional and reflects the use of antique heating and lighting on site. On one side of the single bedroom is a wood-burning stove, behind which is a kind of small kitchen that is supplied with water that flows from a tank above, instead of being pumped through pipes by artificial means.