Designed to bring the true spirit of cabin style back to its roots, Robbin Obomsawin's latest book Log Cabin Classics is inspired by nostalgic, old-world cabins and filled with tips for meeting today's current needs. Since place-not space-is what true harmony with nature and cabin living is about, Log Cabin Classics includes practical construction advice, straightforward and creative design, advice on using local materials and choosing a site, architectural details, and handcrafted artistry. These principles are applied to a collection of one-of-a-kind plans you can use as springboards for creating your own "log cabin classic." Log Cabin Classics features 20 classic cabin designs under 1,500 square feet. Robbin Obomsawin is the construction manager and general contractor for Beaver Creek Log Homes. She has served as vice president of the American/Canadian Log Builders Association for Handcrafters. She is the author of Small Log Homes, Best Log Home Plans and The Not So Log Cabin. She lives in Westdale, New York.
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Acknowledgments Introduction Cabin Fever A Life Less Ordinary Tree-Sorts School Daze Out on a Limb Things Said Only in a Whisper Romancing the Log Builder Going against the Grain General do-da Building with Nature Log Cabin Plans and Drawings ResourcesAbout the Author:
Robbin Obomsawin is the construction manager and general contractor for Beaver Creek Log Homes. She combines over twenty years of log-joinery experience with her knowledge of conventional construction methods, and has served as vice president of the International Log Builder's Association for Handcrafters. She is the author of Small Log Homes, Log Cabin Classics, and The Arts & Crafts Cabin. She resides in upstate New York
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