Perched on a mountainside along the Appalachian Trail, the Lost Whiskey Concrete Cabin turns cantilevering into a fine art. The 160-square-foot off-grid dwelling is made entirely from pre-cast concrete panels. Its minimalist shell marries with reclaimed wood and steel to create an aesthetic that is equal parts rustic and modern. The interior offers just a single room with a murphy bed and sitting area arranged around a wood burning stove as well as a shower and composite toilet. Large glazed panels create the illusion of space by offering extensive views of the landscape while glass doors open to the deck. Extending off the terrain, the outdoor area features a fire pit, a Dutch hot tub, and a hammock overlooking the vast Virginia wilderness.
Photos: Mitch Allen Photo / Green Spur