You see corrugated sheet metal barns and warehouses all over the place out here in the "countryside." Usually they are in some state of rustiness and/or dilapidation. Utilitarian structures to the extreme, they are fairly quick and cheap to put up; fairly quick and cheap to tear down.
Normally I pass by without giving them a second look. But this one was special. This one had style.
A simple wooden door — made from cedar I'm guessing, the hills are lined with the stuff — and everything square, level and true.
Echosquirrel likes the tiny recessed handles. I like the ensemble. The flimsy and the solid existing together. A craftsman's paean to simplicity.