You'll be sure to fall in love with this handcrafted log cabin with a cedar fairytale-inspired bath. The log cabin bath is built from cedar logs, with a wreath made of larch. The log walls are made of cedar pine. The roof is monoslope, multi-level, covered with soft tiles. The total cabin building area with barbecue floor and firewood is 2,400 square feet. The area of the monolithic foundation slab is 1,740 square feet. The area of the premises is 750 square feet and the additional mezzanine for children is 150 square feet.
The craftsmanship is evident wherever you look inside and out of this log house construction. There is post and beam carving artwork throughout this log house giving it a unique look to that of North American log homes. The log house bath with its stonework, stain glass, and log carving designs is beautiful and like nothing you've seen before, it truly is a work of art. The one-of-a-kind sauna has a brick stove for heat, with custom log seating. Another custom stone fireplace in the dining area, along with stained glass windows further adds to the beauty of this log home.
The log house was built using Russian technology from Roundwood and has several advantages with the preserved outer layer of wood participating in the correct filtration of air, creating a unique microclimate inside the cabin building, creating coolness in summer and warmth in the winter, which makes the wood more stable, and naturally protected from environmental influences and mold formation. There are two main types of angular connections with residue (in the oblo, in the bowl) and without residue (in the paw). In turn, each of these types of connections has different design options, differing inefficiency, details, and complexity of manufacturing. The following are just some of the log cabin building terminology that is considered when building a log home.
Bowl. The semicircular bowl and longitudinal intercrown groove are located at the bottom of the upper log. This log house connection is better protected from precipitation, but more time-consuming in building, as the log has to be turned over repeatedly during fitting.
Paw. All planes in the logs are flat, but the lower and upper planes alternate the angle of inclination, forming a trapezoid, which prevents the castle from turning outward. The paw log connection allows you to save on the length of the logs or increase the interior space. Outside, the angle of the log house turns out to be straight.
Canadian Zates. The main difference between the Canadian castle is the trapezoidal shape of the bowl and side bumps. The Canadian Cup forms a self-jamming compound, stronger and warmer, and has a distinctive appearance. The upper log sits evenly on the bottom along the perimeter of the trapezoid as it dries and jams.
Combined lock. The log is round outside, and the inner surface is pushed to the corner. The connection is very warm and durable, closed from blowing, but quite time-consuming. Internal planed walls do not require additional finishing
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