Jacob Witzling is a 2nd-grade teacher, but is also a very talented cabin builder. This hand-built Washington cabin is a livable sculpture made of moss and salvaged materials, and looks straight out of a fairy tale. In fact, Jacob gets his inspiration from cabins of the past, from the world of fantasy both in movies and books, and in that childlike part of his imagination. As a child, he was often found poring over the pages of his dad´s favorite book, Handmade Houses: A Guide to the Woodbutcher’s Art. The uniqueness and zero restriction of the handmade homes is what inspires him to create these livable sculptures from sustainable and local materials. watch the video below
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