Article source: David Coleman Architecture
Program: A 2000 square foot vacation retreat located on a 15 acre wooded site littered with glacial ledge in Washington’s San Juan islands to accommodate two sisters and their spouses.
Design: Our clients had long envisioned developing a cluster of buildings on the site, carefully sited to preserve the rugged, natural landscape. In keeping with this vision, we endeavored to create a modern rendition of the “summer camp,” complete with sleeping pavilions, a great room and covered porches, all inspired by the platform tents and national park lodges of the late 19th century.
- Architects: David Coleman Architecture
- Project: The Buchter Residence
- Location: Orcas Island, Washington
- Software used: AutoCAD