Designed by Broadhurst Architects, this tiny cabin combines tradition with a few key contemporary touches which keep its design fresh. It is constructed mostly of locally sourced wood, with a cantilevered deck on one edge overlooking the valley below. As the house is not always occupied, in addition to the use of stilts to create a level structure for the cottage, the raised nature of the abode also serves an additional purpose in keeping local wildlife out. The cabin’s decor is quite traditional, in keeping with its use of antique, on-site means of heating and lighting. A wood-burning stove stands on one side of the single bedroom, with a small kitchen of sorts behind it supplied with water flowing down from a tank above instead of being pumped up through pipes by artificial means.