Settled among the trees on a rich woods of Washington state, disregarding both Hood Canal and Dabob Bay, Little House is the exemplification of a moderate living lodge. Planned by American studio MW Works, the moderate lodge highlights outside dividers clad in endured cedar and darkened concrete intended to mix in with the environmental factors. To differentiate, the gently painted MDF boards and delicate pine compressed wood warm and light up the inside. The lodge rises two levels and incorporates 1,140 square feet (106 square meters), and highlights huge cut openings that interface the inside to the scene. Upstairs, lookout windows cut into the rooftop, bringing light and perspectives on the stars over the bed and into the shower. The cutting edge wood lodge is a perfect escape from urban living.