Located in Jerusalem, Utah near the mouth of Maple canyon, this 1,300 square foot cabin is a simple expression of space and form. The linear form of the home lies along the approach with the master suite rotated slightly to address the remaining property. The form and materiality of the cabin reflect on the vernacular structures of the area utilizing board formed concrete, wood and corrugated steel roofing. The interior is open and simple with stained concrete and wood trusses. The central point in the cabin is the twin fireplace which includes a wood-burning version on the porch and its gas counterpart in the living room.