In Belgium we just finished a traditional double wall log house. Traditional as in: traditional looks, and traditional techniques. We used as the insulation material between the log walls, instead of the more common rock wool or glass wool.
The advantage of is that it absorbs humidity, and can act as a buffer for humidity, just like wood. It breathes, just like wood, and it stores humidity, just like wood. It creates an enormous thermal mass.
From design to a finished built log house. Custom made, solid construction and top quality materials.
In Neerpelt (Belgium, at the border with the Netherlands near Eindhoven) we built a wooden house in “Hansel und Gretschel”-style, as the owner calls it. In our memories the Hansel und Gretschel house was a little smaller, but otherwise this could be it. We still have to finish the window shutters.