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.
One reason Chris Mueller (@chris_mueller) wanted to move to Los Angeles was the light quality what happens late in the day this golden sun he says. The 40-year-old dad who owns a cold brew coffee company is always looking for interesting juxtapositions while he is out walking or skateboarding. This neighborhood is turning into expensive homes and yet theres a huge part of the population that isnt changing at all. Its this dueling beauty he says. Inspired by photographer Robert Adams Chris…
The special prosecutor is putting the screws to the Trump campaign. MSNBC anchor Chris Hayes featured The Daily Beast political reporter Betsy Woodruff on “All In” Tuesday, only minutes after she published a bombshell report on former Donald Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort’s ongoing legal jeopardy.“Betsy…you have a new piece just published and the headline is ‘Robert Mueller may indict Paul Manafort again.’ What’s that about?” Hayes eagerly asked.
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.