A Therapist’s Cabin in Rhode Island Invites Nature Into His Practice

A Therapist’s Cabin in Rhode Island Invites Nature Into His Practice

By Marni Elyse Katz / Photos by Nat rea
Part office, part family hideaway, this shou sugi ban cabin provides a therapeutic connection to the landscape.

Ryan Post confided to his brother-in-law that he wanted to create a building for his psychotherapy practice on the 75-acre plot in Little Compton, Rhode Island, where he lives with his wife and three children, but had no idea how to begin. His brother-in-law, who is an architect, offered this insight: Find someone as excited as you are about the project.

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