A tiny 8'x16' hotel suite sits by a creek on rural farmland, designed for active, outdoorsy guests and those unwinding from the city din. A compressed entry dramatically opens up to a light and grand sense of arrival. Outdoor views "wrap around” as the edges of the room disappear. Panoramic ribbon windows and corner sliding doors open to one large window, a place to interact with and immerse in nature’s fullness. The deck, awning, and bathroom window all echo the corner condition. A table at the corner window comes up from the floor—making the corner a space neither fully inside nor outside.