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It Might Look Like A Normal Stack Of Firewood. But When You Step Closer... WHOA!

By Emma Reyes  
CULTURE   :   JANUARY 11, 2014

If you were walking through the woods and came across this looming in the distance, you would probably think that it was just a large stack of cut logs. From all angles, it seems like a normal pile of firewood. However, as you get closer, you'll see that something doesn't look quite right. It's not just a bunch of logs, but something much, much better. Check this out.

From a distance? This looks completely normal.

But then, as you get closer... you'll see some lines...

Which are actually windows. This creatively designed pile of logs is actually a perfectly hidden cabin.

To most passers by, it doesn't seem like a house at all.

It is a beautiful and creative space, surrounded by nature.

Imagine yourself being in this small, but incredibly cozy cabin.

It would be hard to leave, especially with this incredible level of privacy.

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

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

Natural lighting is never a problem on the inside of this cabin.

Someone just redefined "log cabin."

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

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