What do Thoreau, Theodore “Unabomber” Kaczynski, Le Corbusier and Wittgenstein have in common? Four huts. Four minimalist and archetypal dwellings through which man approaches a simplicity that reaches the very core of things. Living in a hut is a radical and anachronistic act that redefines time, perception, experience, and thought around itself; the basis for the wonder of adherence to reality. A series of alternative explorations of the dwelling, which is the last true philosophical thaumazein.