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Re: For big family

Hi Bob, traditional log houses are still proving their worth and if there is local access to wood, not necessarily that expensive. Btw, there are also some modern techniques that have brought the log style back into fashion (hollow logs, with special insulation and infrastructure (ventilation, electricity etc) built into the logs. Sort of fake, but they can look pretty good.

Depends on your need for accuracy, but you can simulate a log/timber frame style house with textures and extending the walls. A couple of demo textures in SF 3D models 335, (see threads 5178 and 5434).

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"Ma cabane au Canada..." smile like said Line Renaud.

Listen here

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Re: For big family

Thanks for the info and the links. I have a lot of learning to do yet!

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.. and a lot of planning and building - hope you get to see your project materialise. In Europe there are some Baltic companies specialising in custom log houses, made to measure, prefabricated, shipped and assembled on site. And some traditional builders that make them without costing the earth. ok
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Re: For big family

Render unto Caesar what belongs to Caesar...

Here a view from one of child's bedrooms.


1920 x 1080 in Q4

This Bedroom is above garages (street side).

=> Update !
a chest of roller shutter with his rod.
A radiator under the window.
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Re: For big family

I have the idea that you guys have much more nice furniture. Let me put it like this: are you willing to share your libraries?

Even better: could you guys please add all the nice stuff to the 3D Contributions library: http://www.sweethome3d.com/importModels.jsp
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After I install Sweet Home 3D, I import all those libraries, it will be nice if more of the furniture was added by default.
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I have the idea that you guys have much more nice furniture. Let me put it like this: are you willing to share your libraries?
Even better: could you guys please add all the nice stuff to the 3D Contributions library: http://www.sweethome3d.com/importModels.jsp ?
After I install Sweet Home 3D, I import all those libraries, it will be nice if more of the furniture was added by default.
IT'S NOT THE PLACE TO DISCUSS ABOUT THIS ! angry

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While I fail to se the harm in discussing the furniture used in presentations in the Gallery, by all means, no need to add electrocardiogram to the mammography before we run out of capital letters. So why not go to thread 7238 instead. ok
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no need to add electrocardiogram to the mammography

lol laughing, I like... I tried humor before but that was before. biggrin

I Think that if there is no direct link with the current topic, thank to open your own subject in the right place.

Logical, right ?
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An another little bedroom (for a girl, garden side).


1920 x 1080 in Q4 with R1.3.2 in 01h15mn.
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