log houses

Eric & Flo, beauty at 1250 meter height

Eric & Flo, beauty at 1250 meter height

Translations: NL
The Eric & Flo is one of our showroom models. We built this house in 2012 in The Lozère at a height of 1250 meters. In winter it gets seriously cold here, temperatures of -15 degrees Celcius are the norm. Last time we visited this client was in February 2019 en then they had half a meter of snow. The simplicity of the design is striking. A simple tilted roof and a wooden planks bardage on the outside with modern corners, and no stick-through miters.
Riethoven log house

Riethoven log house

Translations: NL
In the South of The Netherlands we built the Riethoven house. Designed by the owner himself, this house is both a log house and a panel house: the ground floor is a log house, and then the second floor is a panel house, but constructed in such a way that you can not see the difference. No gypsum inside, all pine planks as if it were logs. The panel construction gave us just that little extra flexibility to meet the demands.
A beautiful design, the At & Alet

A beautiful design, the At & Alet

Translations: NL
We are builders and we are proud of our houses because of the techniques and materials that we use. Our houses are robust, sturdy, they have very high insulation values and they are build to withstand ages. But all that means nothing when it comes to aesthetics. A nice design is just that, nice, and that is why we often cooperate with the architects from OxL. Because no matter how nice our designs are, these OxL guys always manage to make it nicer.
Amber house, overlooking the hills from your terrace

Amber house, overlooking the hills from your terrace

Translations: NL
This house we built in 2016 in Tombeboeuf, right between Bordeaux and Toulouse. Again a traditional loghouse with a larch facade, or “bardage en melèze” as they say in France. Massive beams supporting the roof. Our marketing manager Vaida on the terrace. She felt pity to leave the house as she liked both the house and the environment, but duty calls, we have to work on the next house…