The TKE Sleeping Cabin is made from a single layer of locally logged and milled tongue-in-groove hemlock. It is anchored to the ground—to layers of forest humus and glacial clay—with pins. The bottom line is that the massive timber in the walls and floor are sequestering carbon dioxide equivalent to that emitted by generating energy for a more conventional home for year. The longer story is that the owners did a very careful job choosing someone to selectively harvest this wood from a standing forest and a surgical anchoring of the cabin in the forest without permanent scaring from excavation or concrete. FLOAT can take credit for material and schematic design. Schematic design: Erin Moore/FLOAT architectural research and design; Construction detailing: Frank Moore. Completed June 2013.