The Stone Creek Camp Home Uses Firewood for Walls

By: Leslie Chen - Published: Aug 20, 2011 • References: freshome &
This Stone Creek Camp Home amazingly integrates its production with the surrounding environment.

Located in Deval County, Texas, the home is immersed in the beauty of open air. Designers Andersson Wise Architects really took to heart the idea of being one with nature; using firewood for the walls and grass for the roof, the Stone Creek Camp Home almost sounds like a fire hazard.

Living in this house would definitely make you appreciate the environment a bit more.

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