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When Portland passed a law allowing homeowners to build an <200 square foot accessory unit on their property without a permit, Chris and Jack jumped at the opportunity. Because Chris is a sculptor, she thought sculpting from cob would be a perfect way to create a small dwelling.

The bean-shaped unit features two spiral pillars and a lovely round roof with a cupola. Inside it has an open floor plan that was originally designed as a massage studio, but now features a queen-sized bed for guests.

You’ll love the video tour and interview with the couple, brought to us by FLORB on YouTube.

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Stunning Permit-Free Cob Dwelling in Portland

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Images via FLORB/YouTube

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