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A “tree house” of clean lines, ample glass, and thoughtful ingenuity lets a Washington, DC–area family and a stream of weekend guests enjoy prefab living in an unlikely locale: just outside Lost River, West Virginia.

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  The residents worked with architecture firm Resolution: 4 Architecture on the specs for their prefab cabin, and then commissioned Simplex to assemble it on their factory floor and drive it out to their remote Virginia location.  Photo by: Chris Mueller
    The residents worked with architecture firm Resolution: 4 Architecture on the specs for their prefab cabin, and then commissioned Simplex to assemble it on their factory floor and drive it out to their remote Virginia location.

    Photo by: Chris Mueller

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  A Movie sofa, by CB2, and a Rais wood-burning stove are in the living room.  Photo by: Chris Mueller
    A Movie sofa, by CB2, and a Rais wood-burning stove are in the living room.

    Photo by: Chris Mueller

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  Keeping the home cozy in winter is as easy as snuggling up near the Rais stove or the fluffy pooch.  Photo by: Chris Mueller
    Keeping the home cozy in winter is as easy as snuggling up near the Rais stove or the fluffy pooch.

    Photo by: Chris Mueller

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  Shell chairs by Charles and Ray Eames surround a Portica table by Room & Board in the dining area. The bar stools are from Ikea.  Photo by: Chris Mueller
    Shell chairs by Charles and Ray Eames surround a Portica table by Room & Board in the dining area. The bar stools are from Ikea.

    Photo by: Chris Mueller

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  An object lesson in waste not, want not: Brown’s shed was built of leftover 
siding and houses firewood culled from the site excavation.  Photo by: Chris Mueller
    An object lesson in waste not, want not: Brown’s shed was built of leftover siding and houses firewood culled from the site excavation.

    Photo by: Chris Mueller

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  A brightly striped shower curtain lends bright punctuation to an otherwise austere bathroom.  Photo by: Chris Mueller
    A brightly striped shower curtain lends bright punctuation to an otherwise austere bathroom.

    Photo by: Chris Mueller

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  In the bedroom, a hanging mobile by Oras over the headboard makes a big difference.  Photo by: Chris Mueller
    In the bedroom, a hanging mobile by Oras over the headboard makes a big difference.

    Photo by: Chris Mueller

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