Building a Complete and Warm Bushcraft Cabin – From Start to Finish – No Talk

Building a dry-stone house in the wilderness with a wooden roof and walls, using hand tools and both ancient and modern techniques. This build took me 28 days to finish and it’s now my family’s little vacation house in the woods of Värmland, Sweden.

Dry stone is a building method by which structures are constructed from stones without any mortar to bind them together. Dry stone structures are stable because of their construction method, which is characterized by the presence of a load-bearing façade of carefully selected interlocking stones.

While the dry stone technique is most commonly used for the construction of double-wall stone walls and single-wall retaining terracing, dry stone sculptures, buildings, fortifications, bridges, and other structures also exist.

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