Way out there where the air smells fresh, the trees are dense, and cell phones only work as alarm clocks are make shift cabins reconnecting us to nature. Beautiful cabins in Barrow, Alaska are meant to bring “inspiration for your quiet place somewhere.” Eirik Johnson photographs the properties in summer and winter to capture the seasonal extremes in the Arctic Circle. Each structure is a patchwork of scraps, making their finished product completely unpredictable. Call it creative, maybe a tad rustic, definitely “out there” but the freedom in the design and the escape away from it all makes these cabins priceless.

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Allison

I find a way to fearlessly provoke your senses and take you by the heart to whatever it is I’m writing about. My sweet spot is creative writing, but for the last 20 years I have been providing freelance content for publications on sustainability and green practices, design, architecture, fashion, and non-profit charity. Recently all wrapped up in producing my first book. I have bounced from NYC to Indianapolis, but my true home is a lovely small town in Central Pennsylvania where there’s a legit drive-your-tractor-to-school-day.

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