Designed as a vacation house within a family compound this residence pays homage to the Maine camps built at the turn of the century.
Meant to appear as a series of separate structures built over time each piece has its own characteristics and are linked together by an underlying palette of materials, detail, color and roof slope.
The use of red cedar shingles, natural stone, and a metal roof work together to blend the house into its natural wooded site.
The interior is further divided into a casual living zone which includes the owner’s bed room suite and a separate zone containing four other guest rooms.
The pieces are linked together by an entry porch which serves as the main entrance and a buffer between each zone.
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