We’re happy to share that Cabin Porn – our labor of love – yielded a new creative opportunity for us. We’re making a full-color book about the cabins you built and shared with us. Little, Brown will publish it.
In the book we will share our story of Beaver Brook, as well as feature ten other cabins and their builders with original photography by Noah Kalina and stories by Steven Leckart. Plus, we’ll include hundreds of cabins submitted by the community. All of this combined, we hope, will be a brilliant reference to inspire you to make your quiet place somewhere.
Thank you for your support over the past four years, and most important thank you for generously sharing the cabins you’ve discovered, built and loved. If you haven’t shown us your cabin yet, please do now. We’d enjoy considering it for the book.
– Residents of Beaver Brook
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Jacques de Jaager had been a well-known sculptor in Paris, and was one of the co-workers carving on the first Goetheanum. The artist died in the year 1916. Acting on a suggestion of Rudolf Steiner, his widow built the house for herself and her little daughter, and so that the work of her late husband might also be displayed. This building is consequently a family residence and at the same time a memorial to a deceased artist. The taller portion of the building houses the studio and the lower portion, the residential apartment.