Presented with the question,“What do you do for thirty minutes while your electric vehicle charges,” my response was to provide a place for relaxation. The site is given as the parking lot of a ski resort in Government Camp, Oregon along a high trafficked connection between Portland and Bend, the project takes the ideas of a rest stop and a ski lodge as precedents. It explores form through the module of two parking spaces and materially through stacked stone and recycled lumber. By depressing the center of the space, it provides both a more relaxing lounge space and views to the slopes above. It answers the question by saying,“You do whatever you want to do; you read, study, warm yourself, or surf the web.” It provides a place to relax and escape from the dreariness of travel, for thirty minutes at a time.The Lodge is a study of module, material, and program, and how these shape the form of the space.