Log houses

    Bourseigne site

    This beautiful house in stacked boards was the subject of a specific study, as it is made up of two separate spaces connected by a third space. This smaller space acts as a connecting vestibule and allows the settling between the different roofs to be managed.

    Stacked solid wood is the only timber construction which can only be used alone, as it cannot be “mixed” with other post-and-beams, CLT, etc. In effect, the special feature of the system is the half-lap joint (or dovetailed) assembly of the tongue-and-groove joists, as well as a slight settlement of the building, entirely controlled by our company.

    Bourseigne site

    This beautiful house in stacked boards was the subject of a specific study, as it is made up of two separate spaces connected by a third space. This smaller space acts as a connecting vestibule and allows the settling between the different roofs to be managed.

    Stacked solid wood is the only timber construction which can only be used alone, as it cannot be “mixed” with other post-and-beams, CLT, etc. In effect, the special feature of the system is the half-lap joint (or dovetailed) assembly of the tongue-and-groove joists, as well as a slight settlement of the building, entirely controlled by our company.