The White House is the perfect example for an isolated cabin that would be the perfect setting for me to contemplate all the changes that we have faced over this past year. The designer Milad Eshtiyaghi envisions this cabin to be based in Arendal, Norway and draws inspiration from the sea and the cabin between which it is nestled. The design starts with a horizontal line, running parallel to the sea and grows as the mountains do into a traditional A-frame cabin. The clean lines of the cabin and its stark white color provide a visual contrast to the surrounding mountains. The entrance of the house is through a bridge, with the walking process almost becoming a metaphorical journey, disconnecting the user from his troubles and interacting with their surroundings with each new perspective they see.