"The most distinctive aspect of the cabin is its walls made of standard, square section lumber stacked in two semi-circular sections. The radius is dictated by the lengths of the timber pieces, where each is an extension of the previous, and interlocking together so no air spaces are created and distinct patterns are created on the exterior and interior. Additionally, a slight taper in section is created by this stacking, making the interior feel even more intimate than its small scale suggests."Via materialicious
Photograph copyright Kristien Daem.