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Timber Gets Snazzy

Timber building has come a long way since its rustic, woodsy roots, and today Curbed National is taking a look at the wildest of the lot. Take the Arctic Brotherhood Hall, a Skagway, Alaska, building built during the Klondike Gold Rush of the late 1890s—it's fronted with more than 9,000 individual pieces of driftwood. Take that, Silver Lake log cabin! (Just reduced again, by the way.) [Curbed National]