How do we make log houses.

1We use logs harvested only in ECOLOGICALLY clean areas. The purchase of wood is made directly from the suppliers and carefully selected by the quality.

2The log’s production of houses is carried out by our own brigades without involving third-party companies.

3Manual processing of logs is done by traditional carpentry tools.

4We work with logs of natural moisture with a diameter of 22 mm or more.

5We use the methods and technologies recommended by the International Log Builders' Association (ILBA).

6Log structures in any felling technique corner locks (Finnish, Canadian, Norwegian).

7Log structures in any construction of bearing walls (Classic, POST & BEAM, Gibrid).

8Individual approach to the realization of your plans.

9We can deliver log house to anywhere in Europe with customs clearance.

10We provide all necessary documents and certificates.


How we make handmade products.

1We specialize in the natural beauty of the shapes and textures of wood. The main material for our products are snags, stumps, branches and tree trunks. Nature itself suggests the design of future products.

2A distinctive feature is the complete exclusivity of most products. We deliberately minimized the woodworking process so that you could feel a bit of nature in your home. All wooden products are handmade and processed with ECO oils to protect and highlight the wood texture.

3In our work we use old technologies and secrets of masters. Special antique tools are used for production. In some cases, we also use epoxy, glass and wrought iron to enhance the decorative effect of the product.

4We never know in advance what product to turn out from the collected raw materials. This may be a sconce, chandelier, lamp, table or floor lamp, coffee table, dining table, coat rack, flower stand, gift writing and cosmetic sets, carved paintings, carved statues and sculptures, etc.

5The product can be in any style, such as rustic, country, natural. We try to ensure that our products give you not only aesthetic beauty, but also be useful to use.

Reference Information

Siberian cedar

Due to the unique structure of wood, cedar at times outperforms other traditional heat insulation materials used in the construction of houses. This species of cedar grows only in Siberia. The main characteristics of cedar wood: full resistance to decay, high strength and durability. At the same time, it is light and easy to handle.

The microstructure of cedar has a high resistance to moisture and cracking.

Cedar wood has an antiseptic effect, kills harmful microbes and is resistant to the appearance of microorganisms and insects.

Cedar wood is known for its unique inimitable color scheme with a characteristic pattern that gives a special aesthetic appearance to the structure and does not require interior finishing.

Cedar wood contains essential oils that promote the healing and disinfection of air in the room and helps to relieve stress.

Kelo («dead» dry pine)

This is a unique ecological building material, which has virtually no analogues!

Kelo grows mainly in hard-to-reach, remote places in the northern latitudes of Karelia.

Kelo is a tree that has dried up in the wild under natural conditions. As a result, the wood acquires unique properties: it does not require any additional antiseptic treatment, is resistant to atmospheric moisture, accumulates heat and perfectly protects against summer heat and winter cold.

The wood has a fine-grained, solid and dry wood structure and is particularly resistant to various biological effects and mechanical damage. Shrinkage is less than 3%.

Wood differs unusual appearance: silvery-gray color has a noble gray hue.

The walls do not require additional finishing, the texture of the twisted wood is already a natural finish of the house. If the log has a cap or knotty bitches, then they will be left in the most prominent place.

Inside the house there is a pleasant natural coniferous aroma, humidity and oxygen balance always remain at an optimal level.