Cabin on a secluded lake near St-Sauveur, Québec, Canada. The left wing was built in the 1970’s; the rest was built over time beginning in the 1990’s.” – via Cabin Porn™
The new residence was designed and situated to take the best possible advantage of the natural beauty of it’s remote island location. Materials were transported by barge and offloaded by crane. Trees that were removed from the property for construction were recycled and now serve as finished support posts for the home; beams were made to spec by a local sawyer on BC’s Sunshine Coast. ” - Quantum Construction
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Here’s another mystery tiny house from Flickr. It looks like they used a lot of reclaimed and found material like the old doors & windows, and variety of siding. Another notable feature is that it sits high above the ground on a steep slope… which must have needed some extra attention to build on that site. This house is part of a larger photo set that includes another interesting looking natural house. Photo by faythelevine.