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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. [Curbed National]