Prepare to feast your eyes on the mother of log cabins.
Located in Hilversum, Netherlands, this tree trunk structure belongs to Dutch cabaret performer Hans Liberg, who uses the space as a studio. It was created by furniture designer Piet Hein Eek, who according to Curbed, is known for using recycled materials in his work. From the outside, it looks like, well, a pile of logs stacked on top of each other. But once the windows slide up we see a surprisingly stylish space.
Watch the video above to see how cool this is, and be sure to head over to Curbed for more information.
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