This Montana cabin is positioned on an abandoned logging road up from a small lake. The logging road provided a ready-built terrace for the cabin as well as a good anchor point. The cabin was designed to allow winter snow to slide underneath the structure and off the roof downhill. During the summer months, large overhangs help moderate the sun. A projecting deck allows for the excitement of a promontory view. Inside a large barrel-vault roof window brings in light and opens up the cabin to sky and tree-line views. The children's loft bedrooms provide a skylight for nighttime star gazing.