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End-Cut Log Cabin



Architect Piet Hein Eek built this log cabin as a study for musician Hans Liberg in the Dutch town of Hilversum. Rather than build log walls perpendicular to each other, two sides consist of exterior end cuts. You can view an extensive photo gallery (inside and out) at the link.

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This transversal log technique is already in use, except that a mix of cement / earth / hay is inserted between logs. It's more traditional than architectural.
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