Little Wolf Resort

“Little Wolf” is built from giant Western Red Cedar logs which show character and beauty.
Every tree is a rare jewel of the forest and has been carefully harvested and selected.
The design of Little Wolf Resort combines luxurious elegance and pure natural beauty.

The breathtaking entrance features three giant twisted Red Cedar trees.
The trees were twisting, so that they were more stable against the wind.
The fourth big tree of the entrance grew perfectly straight.

It is called “The Big Carrot”.

The big straight tree is considered to be the most value kind of tree in the wood industry.

Combining the three twisted trees with the big straight tree gave us the idea to call the combination

“The Twisted Carrot Entrance”.

Little Wolf Resort

“Little Wolf” is built from giant Western Red Cedar logs which show character and beauty.
Every tree is a rare jewel of the forest and has been carefully harvested and selected.
The design of Little Wolf Resort combines luxurious elegance and pure natural beauty.

The breathtaking entrance features three giant twisted Red Cedar trees. The trees were twisting, so that they were more stable against the wind. The fourth big tree of the entrance grew perfectly straight.

It is called “The Big Carrot”.

The big straight tree is considered to be the most value kind of tree in the wood industry.

Combining the three twisted trees with the big straight tree gave us the idea to call the combination

“The Twisted Carrot Entrance”.

Furthermore, the entrance features a twisted arch blending into the twisted look of the main supporting logs, holding a very special and unique, one of a kind, mighty giant Red Cedar burl that is over 1000 years old. The balcony system of the entrance with its flared ends is featuring another supporting log with multiple smaller burls. Two giant and very characteristic multi-coloured Red Cedar pillars in the entrance hall of “Little Wolf” are connecting the entrance hall with the big living room and are also supporting the upper living section. There we were combining dark Cedar trees in the upper loft with the two big giant Red Cedar pillars in the entrance hall as a huge bottom end, making it look as one big tree with multiple colourful variations of the wood being used in this compilation. The living room features a unique hanging truss with a hanging flared tree. Giant flared ends in the wall system of the living room are framing in the impressive medieval Burgundian stone castle fireplace from the 11th century. An impressive selection of flared ends supporting the upper living section is leading all the way from the bar area through the living room into the generous dining and buffet area. A huge, forked owl tree with an owl´s nest within the top end of the tree is supporting the staircase to the upper living section. With its branches leading all over the staircase it feels like walking through the rainforest. The figurewood and the woodgrain used for the design of “Little Wolf” is very special and unique. Every section of the building is featuring characteristic Red Cedar posts as well as ornamental Yellow Cedar burl king posts in the dormer gables and yellow Temple-Cedar roof rafters all over the building. A breezeway with a giant port cochere consisting of several characteristic burl posts and an eagle head carving in the gable is leading to the guesthouse and to the riverfront of “Little Wolf”. The guesthouse is featuring solid log walls, a variation of flared ends, a giant deck around the building and a balcony system as well as a unique forked king post with a real looking wooden eagle carving on top.

A white and blue Brazilian Azul granite slab
with white quartz veins is reflecting a spring
connected to a white quartz pebble river
running through the main hall of
“Little Wolf”.

Furthermore, the entrance features a twisted arch blending into the twisted look of the main supporting logs, holding a very special and unique, one of a kind, mighty giant Red Cedar burl that is over 1000 years old. The balcony system of the entrance with its flared ends is featuring another supporting log with multiple smaller burls. Two giant and very characteristic multi-coloured Red Cedar pillars in the entrance hall of “Little Wolf” are connecting the entrance hall with the big living room and are also supporting the upper living section. There we were combining dark Cedar trees in the upper loft with the two big giant Red Cedar pillars in the entrance hall as a huge bottom end, making it look as one big tree with multiple colourful variations of the wood being used in this compilation. The living room features a unique hanging truss with a hanging flared tree. Giant flared ends in the wall system of the living room are framing in the impressive medieval Burgundian stone castle fireplace from the 11th century. An impressive selection of flared ends supporting the upper living section is leading all the way from the bar area through the living room into the generous dining and buffet area. A huge, forked owl tree with an owl´s nest within the top end of the tree is supporting the staircase to the upper living section. With its branches leading all over the staircase it feels like walking through the rainforest. The figurewood and the woodgrain used for the design of “Little Wolf” is very special and unique. Every section of the building is featuring characteristic Red Cedar posts as well as ornamental Yellow Cedar burl king posts in the dormer gables and yellow Temple-Cedar roof rafters all over the building. A breezeway with a giant port cochere consisting of several characteristic burl posts and an eagle head carving in the gable is leading to the guesthouse and to the riverfront of “Little Wolf”. The guesthouse is featuring solid log walls, a variation of flared ends, a giant deck around the building and a balcony system as well as a unique forked king post with a real looking wooden eagle carving on top.

A white and blue Brazilian Azul granite slab
with white quartz veins is reflecting a spring
connected to a white quartz pebble river
running through the main hall of
“Little Wolf”.