For a recent project in Washington's Puget Sound region that was built with climbers and campers in mind, architecture firm MW Works paid special attention to the area's natural surroundings. Digital Trends staffer Rick Stella takes a look at the cabin designed by the firm which uses a color scheme, natural materials, and windows to help it become one with it's natural environment.

Stella also mentions the residence's best feature, its wooden roof:

If taking in a beautiful sunset from the living room’s bay windows seems like a relaxing way to spend an evening, just imagine that same sunset without a roof overhead. Due in large part to this, MW Works’ creation achieves the rare feat of serving as an exquisite place to live while also boasting a world-class view.

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