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Homestead of Recycled Materials in Quebec

…In the fall of 2008 we came across an opportunity to pick up pine trees that were locally cut. We adapted our plans to the amount of wood available.

We hired a local sawmill owner to cut the timbers for us. That winter we rented a shop and prebuilt a 24′×30′ timber frame of 9′×9′ pine. The joinery is mortise-and-tenon, sculpted with mallet and chisels…

From our book, Small Homes: The Right Size

2 Responses to Homestead of Recycled Materials in Quebec

  1. Anonymous says:

    A lot of hard work . A comfy little home.

  2. Kevin says:

    What an awesome build, can’t get enough of it!

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