press + Cabin on Flathead Lake
"The cabin stands delicately on a slope above Flathead Lake, Montana, steel legs tiptoed on small pillars of concrete. It’s a fitting posture, as this cabin is meant to be light on the land and light on the mind."
"It is, in fact, a 600-square-foot getaway from the owner’s main house, connected by walking path, and was designed not to shelter from Montana’s elements, but to embrace them. There’s no cooling or heat. Electric is minimal. The rooms are spare and open. “It is a protected porch,” says architect Arthur Andersson, “made like a piece of furniture."