Outdoor Art Club, Mill Valley, 1904
Click to the sun.
View from South side of the meeting hall.
Different angles of sun create different senses of the place.
Interior use of redwood board contribute to the sffect of being inside a redwood tree.
Outdoor Art Club stands at the back of a wooded piece of land, but it faces a large garden and is bordered by two streets in suburban Mill Valley.

The shingled exterior of the original club house appears simple expect for some eye-catching triangular features that punctuate its roof.

On the interior, where the framework of the roof is exposed, it is clear that the cross beams extend through the roof to the outside. And their ends are supported on extensions of the posts that on the interior stand free of the wall.