The extraordinary log cabin houses featured here are among the finest in North America. Unparalleled craftsmanship
and meticulous attention to detail are hallmarks of these exquisite designs!
Photo Above: from Hearthstone Homes
Each of the five incredible
designs portrayed here is a testament to the creativity and skill of a dedicat- ed team of architects, designers,
builders and craftsman, in conjunction with the home owner.
The beautifully handcrafted log cabin house pictured at left and below is tucked away in the White Mountains of
Arizona. Encompassing 4,260 square feet, this lovely home was produced by Summit Handcrafted Log Homes, based in
Boise, Idaho. Note the striking flared-end cedar logs in the image at left.
The stunning design that follows is used as a hunting lodge in South Caro- lina. Sitting on a 1,600 acre hunting
preserve, the attention to detail on this nearly 6,000 square foot structure is extraordinary!
Meticulously crafted by Hearthstone Homes, in conjunction with a bevy of local craftsmen, it features a series
of enormous cypress tree posts that appear to sprout from the stone foundation to hold up the roof. On the
in- terior, deer antler door handles and grab bars in the shape of shotguns are just some of the incredible details
included in this spectacular design.
The extraordinary design pictured at right and below is located on a 4,500 acre cattle ranch in Montana. An
en- tertainment lodge used for family and business gatherings, the 10,000 sq.ft.
post and beam,
log and stone struc- ture was designed by Ewing Archi- tects, based in Pasadena, California. It features a Great Room
anchored on each end by a majestic stone fire- place (right), as well as a library/bil- liard room, media room, bar
and kitch- en.
The stunning log home pictured at right and below is truly a modern day architectural masterpiece! Located in
New York's Hudson Valley with sweep- ing views of the Catskill Mountains, this magnificent rustic retreat is craft- ed
from massive logs averaging 18 inches in diameter. Designed by the architectural firm of Holmes, King, Kallquist
& Associates, the home's oversize logs were provided by Log Knowledge, based in northern Colorado.
The sprawling 10,000 square foot log cabin house pictured below is located in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. A
western red cedar
post and beam log struc- ture with log fillers between the posts, it features several soaring stone
fire- places such as that pictured at right. As with the first log home showcased here, this rambling design was
crafted by Summit Handcrafted Log Homes, based in Boise, Idaho.