I'd like to showcase another cabin. This rustic cabin, also in Lincoln, VT, is built on a remote site and accessed by a 75' long pedestrian bridge across the New Haven River. Both the design and construction of the cabin were carefully executed to make the most of the unique site and a tight budget. With a footprint of just over 600 square feet, the small cabin of sustainable design makes efficient use of resources and building materials. The interior of the cabin features locally milled and salvaged wood. The timbers are rough sawn hemlock, the boards on the walls, ceiling and the floors are pine. A south facing door with transom windows lets in lots of daylight.