Connect with nature. This Mill Valley, California, yoga cabin was part of a project that involved adding two cabins on a steep wooded site, with one cabin being used as a yoga studio. As you can see, the cabin has direct access to the surrounding vegetation and receives plenty of natural light. "We placed the yoga cabin right next to a beautiful grouping of redwood trees," principal architect Jonathan Feldman says. The client "wanted healthy materials and finishes [low- or zero-VOC] and natural materials: rustic wood, stone and warm paint colors," he adds.More clients are requesting yoga studios, these days Feldman says. "People seem to want lots of light and a remote location where they can get away from the stresses of their busy lives."