- Country : United States
Text description provided by the architects. The cabin was conceived as an exploration of the potential for a productive lack of fit between program and inhabited surface. The space is comprised of a series of levels, each charged with programmatic intent, but with a degree of non-specificity such that use can be defined by the user. A sitting surface becomes a sleeping surface becomes an eating surface becomes a walking surface. The cabin’s external logic was governed by the limits of vehicular transport to the site, in which a cantilevering volume pushes beyond the constraints of a vehicular transport bed.