The Post Ranch Inn by architect G.K. (Mickey) Muennig could not exist anywhere else. The coast-side rooms seem to soar, cantilevered off the mountain. The mountain-side houses curve around old-growth trees. Some are built on nine-foot stilts to protect the delicate root balls below. The structures’ materials – reclaimed wood, glass, steel and stone – further enhance the sense of harmony with nature in this extraordinary site.