Recycled cabin was built from an old barn and many old windows costed a couple $500 to build. Artists Nick Olsen and Lilah Horwitz hand-built their cabin in the mountains of West Virginia.
The whole front of the recycled cabin from the top to the bottom is a collection of salvaged windows. It’s an architectural wonder in my humble opinion. Proof of what the human spirit can do when given freedom of expression. A wonderful sight to behold that I wanted to share.
This is the documentary about their hand-built cabin. It is a soothing and inspirational short film.
Now, I want to find all the windows I can and build a house in the woods.
Featured on the Mother Nature Network by Matt Hickman an Eco-living blogger.
Some of the windows are doors laid on the side. Each window has a story behind it for the owners.
Enjoy this documentary by Matt Hickman. Oh, did I mention the cost was $500; imagine what you could do with $1000.
That’s it, just a short post today. Hope you like the recycled cabin and story behind it as much as I do.
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