Wood paneled houses are so 70s, and living in a pipe, well, that's already been done in the form of the pay-what-you-want Park Hotel in Austria. The odd piece of architecture in the gallery, however, combines the uniquest elements of both peculiar home styles: it's the One Log Home, literally a hollowed out redwood tree.
Tarped with a gloriously hideous, albeit undoubtedly necessary green sheet, the unique wood home is found outside the Ripleys Believe it or Not Museum in St. Augustine. Good thing it's in Florida, because anywhere colder and it would get mighty tempting to light a fire come winter.
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