The floors of our Vorwerk (caretaker's cabin) are 500 year old reclaimed, hand chiseled granite from a temple in mainland China. The beams are reclaimed Oak from old farmhouses in Ontario, Canada. The fireplace is hand stacked, dry joint basalt from Montana.
Looks like a tribal Bakhtiari should fit in just fine...
Architecture from "the LAND of the BLUE EYES".
Zakopane in the Sierras.
Architect: Larry Pearson and Greg Matthews, PEARSON DESIGN GROUP, Bozeman, Montana
Master Builder: Matt & Ted Williams, WILLIAMS CONSTRUCTION, Clio, California