Catskills, New York
Over half the interior of the tiny house is a great lodge hall, extending to the full height of the roof and centered on a massive stone fireplace. Tree trunk porch columns give the entry façade something of the aspect of a primitive shrine.
Island off Connecticut Coast
The center of this compact house is a high, open room combining living, dining, and kitchen. Windows on both sides open to the views and the sea breezes, and dormers fill the space with light from above.
Island in Maine
The main cabin and its outbuildings embody the simple life, with exposed studs and rafters. The outbuildings have no electricity or running water. Living in Snout House is a pure summer experience, close to nature. Simple but whimsical decorative elements add to the delight.