The New York Times features Envelope
12 September 2016
A Constellation of One-Room Cabins, Embedded in the Forest
"From a distance, the cabins, some of which are arrayed in clusters, appear simple. The bathrooms have been “pulled apart” from each bedroom and placed in a separate structure across a private deck. Interiors are plywood, and there is a minimum of furniture, most designed by Burnham and his team. Up close, it’s clear that each was conceived both as a small, intricate sculpture and as part of an elaborate scheme. Inspirations ranged from the nouveau realism of Yves Klein, the high-concept Minimalism of Dan Graham and the work of radical Italian architecture collective Superstudio."