The Daryush design is a 2300 sq.ft. main and second floor living space log home plus a full daylight basement. It is being built in Golden BC this Spring by Stonehouse Wood Works.
This creative log home design will be built at Chilliwack lake BC. The LOG NEST was designed to capture a 360 degree view of surrounding mountains and lake.
The SMURF is a 338 square foot footprint tiny log cabin with stairs to code accessing loft, including bedroom and office. That second floor has a wide and large outdoor deck to the East morning sun.
Here is the ” Schwenningen Germany” log post and beam western red cedar home we designed for Westcoast log homes, Gibson BC.
Our Hemlock design has been such a popular design because it fits so well on a lot with a panoramic view. Just before Christmas, we redesigned the Hemlock for a customer from Alberta that just loved this design, but wanted it more compact and about 1800 sq ft living space for both floors instead of the 2300 sq ft of the original design.
This timber post and beam construction has just been reassembled on site at Makwa Lake in Saskatchewan. We designed this home last summer. Plans and views are already displayed in our top twelve new designs on our home page.
We completed design of this interesting log cabin for customer in Varmdo Sweden. To be built in Western red cedar 13″ diameter, a distinctive feature is the lookout central tower with glass walls all around to enjoy the panoramic view.
This western red cedar 3757 sq.ft. log home is situated on Bonaire Island an old Dutch colony north of Venezuela. This is a first log home being built in that area of the ABC islands.
Here are a few log shell construction pics we just received from Log Homes Canada. Colin and Shane completed the reassembly of this large log home shell last weekend on the Ohio river. Another beautiful 14″ diameter midspan log work for a 6947 square foot massive private home in Rosiclare, Illinois.
We just received construction photos of the Valdez Carriage home (January plan of the month) from Derek Galbraith (Serendipity log works from Alaska).
Thank you Derek!