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Monday, March 31, 2014

It Might look like a normal stack of Firewood. But When you step Closer...WHOA!

From a distance? This looks completely normal.



From a distance? This looks completely normal.
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But then, as you get closer… you’ll see some lines…



But then, as you get closer… you’ll see some lines…
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Which are actually windows. This creatively designed pile of logs is actually a perfectly hidden cabin.



Which are actually windows. This creatively designed pile of logs is actually a perfectly hidden cabin.
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To most passers by, it doesn’t seem like a house at all.



To most passers by, it doesn’t seem like a house at all.
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It is a beautiful and creative space, surrounded by nature.



It is a beautiful and creative space, surrounded by nature.
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Imagine yourself being in this small, but incredibly cozy cabin.



Imagine yourself being in this small, but incredibly cozy cabin.
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It would be hard to leave, especially with this incredible level of privacy.



It would be hard to leave, especially with this incredible level of privacy.
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Not to mention, it also is gorgeous with its panoramic windows.



Not to mention, it also is gorgeous with its panoramic windows.
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This is awesome.



This is awesome.
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Being at one with nature never looked so stylish or comfortable.



Being at one with nature never looked so stylish or comfortable.
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Natural lighting is never a problem on the inside of this cabin.



Natural lighting is never a problem on the inside of this cabin.
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Someone just redefined “log cabin.”



Someone just redefined “log cabin.”
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The cabin was designed by a man named Piet Hein Eek for Dutch performer, Hans Liberg (the man in the pictures). The outside is made of wood that is covering plastic and a steel frame, making the walls look like logs. Right now, the cabin is being used as a recording studio, but with this design, it could be used as a camping cabin or hunting blind. Source: Thomas Mayer Archive If you want to share this genius log cabin with others, click the Share button below.

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