Typically, squared log houses feature the most common corner-type known as a cross-corner joint. Cross-corner joints occur when the ends of the squared logs extend further from the joining point of 2 walls and forming the shape of the cross. However, regulations of certain urban areas can sometimes pose restrictions on these types of corners and do not allow for the external cross-corner.
Our solution? We instead opt for the ‘city-corner’. The city-corner gives a squared log house the look of a house with a wooden façade. We use laminated logs for city-corner solutions to provide better integrity and stability to the wall constructions, as laminated logs usually have a very small shrinking rate.