Basic designs for different applications: work table, picnic table, and bench.
These are some examples of simple buildings. Often used for storage, livestock, and work spaces. The shed, lean-to, monopitch style of roof has the appeal of reducing material cost and labor required to put up a structure. I like this aesthetic for the mountain.
Stacking dry stones is probably one of the oldest foundation building techniques ever. There are many loose stones of all sizes available to us where we are on the mountain, so this technique seems a natural fit.
Interesting ideas found while searching online for inspiration.
Ideas for ovens made for baking bread.
In my research I found that urine on its own is generally sanitary, and a great fertilizer when diluted. Solid human waste requires more careful handling to ensure harmful bacteria are discouraged; by keeping it dry, odors are mitigated. Dry toilets and composting toilets are managed differently but both start with a toilet. The smallest designs use buckets and a special toilet bowl.
“Post framing should always be the most economical to build.”