This 700 SF weekend cabin is highly space-efficient yet comfortable enough for guests. The office space doubles as a guest room by virtue of a built-in Murphy bed and the 2 half baths share a walk-in shower. The living space is expanded by a 400 SF covered porch and a 200 SF deck that takes in a tremendous view of the Shenandoah Valley landscape. The owner/architect carefully selected materials that would be durable, sustainable, and maintain their natural beauty as they age. The siding and decking are Kebony, interior floors are polished concrete with a sealer, and half of the interior doors and the built-in cabintry are cedar with a vinegar-based finish. The deck railings are powder-coated steel with stainless cable railing. All of the painted exterior trim work is Boral. The natural steel kitchen island base and the outdoor shower surround were provided by local fabricators. Houseworks made the interior doors, built-in cabinetry, and board-formed concrete fireplace surround and concrete firepit.