Surrounded by the serenity of the evergreen forest and snow-capped mountains of its Winthrop, Washington location, the rustic Methow Cabin designed by Eggleston Farkas Architects offers the indulgence of simplicity. This nature retreat serves as a base for cross-country skiing by winter and mountain biking in the summer, making this a veritable nature-lovers retreat. The cabin itself is built in line with the slope of the valley, its main facade pointing toward the great peaks. The structure itself is in shed style, allowing the snow to slide off the roof. Like its exterior, the cabin interior is all wood, giving it a cozy, rustic look. A loft is occupied by the sleeping quarters, overlooking the living area complete with a wood-burning stove. Eggleston Farkas Architects.