Gallery: The Methow Cabin is a Cozy Washington Ski Retreat with a Tiny ...

 
Situated on a sparse meadow right in the heart of Washington ski country, the Methow Cabin may be lilliputian in size but packs a big punch when it comes to purpose. Eggleston Farkas Architects, whose innovative work we've featured before, designed the getaway for a group of skiers who wanted to use it as a base for their outdoor activities. Besides its tiny footprint, the cabin employs some thoughtful sustainable features such as natural ventilation, solar shading and energy efficient heating.

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  1. molly at eatcology.com December 14, 2011 at 9:51 am

    This looks very interesting, but at no point is the actual footprint measurements or active floorspace measurement given. There’s nothing in the photos to provide that sort of context, so this could be 10×30 or 30×100. Some help?

  2. Septic Tanks October 25, 2011 at 12:19 pm

    I can’t see the tiny footprints in that picture.

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