In 2010, Inge Wegge and Jørn Ranum spent 9 months above the Arctic Circle surfing, snowboarding, and subsisting in a cabin they built of driftwood, stone, and sea debris.
Watch a trailer for their award-winning film on the adventure.
Cabin with driftwood stairs in Maine.
Photographed by A. William Frederick.
Beach cabin in Haida Gwaii on the coast of British Columbia. Made of reclaimed driftwood milled locally. Submitted by Conrad Thiessen.
Driftwood Shelter in Viareggio, Italy.
Submitted and photographed by Alessandro Puccinelli.