This sculptural cabin located on the continetal divide in Montana next to the Little Black Foot River resembles the snow mountain peaks of the surrounding environment. The cabin is designed to be partly self-suficient by producing it’s own energy and managing all the liquid and solid waste. The south sloped roof houses the solar panels that collect energy to produce electricity as well as water heating. The water is collected from a well with an electric pump that is powered by the solar energy system. The highly efficient insulated concrete form structure provides a high level of insulation for the extreme low winter temperatures as well as during the hot summer months.