This western style house attended as vacation mountain cottage with simple geometry profiles. Sided in red cedar shingles, this vacation house designed to achieve a logical circulation flow with an appropriate separation of public and private spaces with optimizing the sunlight and views. For typical climate condition, sloping roof constructed define overall house structure. Simultaneously, the roof shape helps reinforce the clarity of the floor plan by expressing the volume and organization of interior spaces, and through the manipulation of eave height and overhang, conveys a pleasing form and a sense of protective shelter. The interior design contained logs ceilings. Soft brown wooden floor and soft palette interior colors make this house has warm atmosphere. A screened porch and terrace are positioned on the right side of the home to take advantage of the southern orientation and to connect to the activities of the kitchen. A deck leads from the living area to the terrace. Designed by CBT Architects.