By Heidi Richardson, Originally Published in Houzz

Meet a small structure with a big role for grandchildren on the farm.

Located on the Pt. Reyes peninsula along the Northern California coast, this small 260 square foot building (Plan 889-2) is designed to support a large group of children for a yearly family summer camp. The structure is sited amongst a cluster of farm buildings and is designed to blend with the environment of the pastoral dairy farm.

The Bath House provides welcoming and comfortable amenities for the nearby tent platforms/sleeping quarters. The design concept embraces a fun, whimsical and practical character that evokes the rural quality of the property. Non-corrosive and wear-resistant materials were used including galvanized sheet metal, sealed board and batt siding, and painted plywood and MDO board.

To see more of Plan 889-1, click here.