The objective was to design a unique and rustic, cabin with historical and vernacular forms and materials. The Hermitage is designed to portray the story of a reclusive hermit building a secluded mountain camp slowly over time. A hierarchy of opposing but relative forms and materials illustrate this additive method of construction. Photo by Matt Waclo.
New Hampshire Snow and Lake Lodge
This beautiful lake and snow lodge site on the waters edge of Lake Sunapee, and only one mile from Mt Sunapee Ski and Snowboard Resort. The home features conventional and timber frame construction. MossCreek's exquisite use of exterior materials include poplar bark, antique log siding with dovetail corners, hand cut timber frame, barn board siding and local river stone piers and foundation. Inside, the home features reclaimed barn wood walls, floors and ceilings.
Mountain Modern Music | Evening Exterior
他の地域にあるラグジュアリーなラスティックスタイルのおしゃれな家の外観 (混合材サイディング) の写真
Rocky Mountain Homes/Rocky Mountain Log Homes
Rocky Mountain Log Homes -Timber Frames
Robert Webster Construction in Sandy, Utah, and Hamilton, Montana, built the structures and found the incorporation of the reclaimed fir timbers. Kibo Group of Missoula, part of Rocky Mountain Homes family of companies, provided architectural services. Shannon Callaghan Interior Design of Missoula provided extensive consultative services during the project. The dovetail log siding, the stone accents, and the log posts really brings something special to this home.
Blue Ridge Georgia Cabins
Stuart Wade, Envision Web Take a deep breath and relax… Surround yourself with beauty, relaxation and natural fun in Georgia’s Blue Ridge, only 90 miles north of Atlanta via I-575 and Hwy 515, but a million miles away from the traffic, stress and anxiety of the city. With 106,000 acres located in the Chattahoochee National Forest, Blue Ridge is definitely the cure for whatever ails you. Rent a cozy cabin or a luxury mountain home, or stay in a bed & breakfast inn or hotel -- and simply relax. Enjoy Mother Nature at her best… Renew your spirit on a day hiking to nearby waterfalls or horseback riding on forested trails in the Chattahoochee National Forest. Bring the family and discover the thrill of an Ocoee River whitewater rafting adventure, ride on the Blue Ridge Scenic Railway or treetop canopy adventure. Rent a pontoon or a jet ski on beautiful Lake Blue Ridge. Pick strawberries or blueberries at Mercier's, a 65 year old family orchard. Catch a trout on the tailwaters of the Toccoa River or a clear mountain stream; Blue Ridge is the Trout Fishing Capital of Georgia. Fall in Love with Blue Ridge… Fall in love with the authentic mountain towns of Blue Ridge and McCaysville. Blue Ridge is an Art Town, filled with art galleries, antique and specialty shops, restaurants, small town atmosphere and friendly people. A river runs through the quaint town of McCaysville, twin city with Copperhill, Tennessee. Stand in both states at one time at the Blue Line, which marks the spot where Georgia ends and Tennessee begins. Here the Toccoa River becomes the Ocoee River, flowing northward into Tennessee.
SUSAN M. NIBLO INTERIOR DESIGN AND FINE ART
Custom Log Cabin
Design-Susan M. Niblo Photo-Roger Wade
ニューヨークにあるトラディショナルスタイルのおしゃれなログハウス (石材サイディング) の写真
ニューヨークにあるトラディショナルスタイルのおしゃれなログハウス (石材サイディング) の写真
Dan Joseph Architects, LLC
Headwaters Camp Cabin, Big Sky, Montana - Private Residence
Headwaters Camp Custom Designed Cabin by Dan Joseph Architects, LLC, PO Box 12770 Jackson Hole, Wyoming, 83001 - PH 1-800-800-3935 - firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
Teton Valley Residence
Peter Zimmerman Architects // Peace Design // Audrey Hall Photography
Ward-Young Architecture & Planning - Truckee, CA
Photo by Asa Gilmore
Centre Sky Architecture Ltd
Elk Ridge Lodge
Like us on facebook at www.facebook.com/centresky Designed as a prominent display of Architecture, Elk Ridge Lodge stands firmly upon a ridge high atop the Spanish Peaks Club in Big Sky, Montana. Designed around a number of principles; sense of presence, quality of detail, and durability, the monumental home serves as a Montana Legacy home for the family. Throughout the design process, the height of the home to its relationship on the ridge it sits, was recognized the as one of the design challenges. Techniques such as terracing roof lines, stretching horizontal stone patios out and strategically placed landscaping; all were used to help tuck the mass into its setting. Earthy colored and rustic exterior materials were chosen to offer a western lodge like architectural aesthetic. Dry stack parkitecture stone bases that gradually decrease in scale as they rise up portray a firm foundation for the home to sit on. Historic wood planking with sanded chink joints, horizontal siding with exposed vertical studs on the exterior, and metal accents comprise the remainder of the structures skin. Wood timbers, outriggers and cedar logs work together to create diversity and focal points throughout the exterior elevations. Windows and doors were discussed in depth about type, species and texture and ultimately all wood, wire brushed cedar windows were the final selection to enhance the "elegant ranch" feel. A number of exterior decks and patios increase the connectivity of the interior to the exterior and take full advantage of the views that virtually surround this home. Upon entering the home you are encased by massive stone piers and angled cedar columns on either side that support an overhead rail bridge spanning the width of the great room, all framing the spectacular view to the Spanish Peaks Mountain Range in the distance. The layout of the home is an open concept with the Kitchen, Great Room, Den, and key circulation paths, as well as certain elements of the upper level open to the spaces below. The kitchen was designed to serve as an extension of the great room, constantly connecting users of both spaces, while the Dining room is still adjacent, it was preferred as a more dedicated space for more formal family meals. There are numerous detailed elements throughout the interior of the home such as the "rail" bridge ornamented with heavy peened black steel, wire brushed wood to match the windows and doors, and cannon ball newel post caps. Crossing the bridge offers a unique perspective of the Great Room with the massive cedar log columns, the truss work overhead bound by steel straps, and the large windows facing towards the Spanish Peaks. As you experience the spaces you will recognize massive timbers crowning the ceilings with wood planking or plaster between, Roman groin vaults, massive stones and fireboxes creating distinct center pieces for certain rooms, and clerestory windows that aid with natural lighting and create exciting movement throughout the space with light and shadow.