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  • Summer Living in Montauk
    remodelista.com
    Combining the open-plan spaces of modern design with the local gabled vernacular of cedar shingles, New York-based Robert Young Architecture and Interiors creates a family compound on Montauk Lake.
  • Summer Living in Montauk
    remodelista.com
    Combining the open-plan spaces of modern design with the local gabled vernacular of cedar shingles, New York-based Robert Young Architecture and Interiors creates a family compound on Montauk Lake.
  • Summer Living in Montauk
    remodelista.com
    Combining the open-plan spaces of modern design with the local gabled vernacular of cedar shingles, New York-based Robert Young Architecture and Interiors creates a family compound on Montauk Lake.
  • Summer Living in Montauk
    remodelista.com
    Combining the open-plan spaces of modern design with the local gabled vernacular of cedar shingles, New York-based Robert Young Architecture and Interiors creates a family compound on Montauk Lake.
  • Summer Living in Montauk
    remodelista.com
    Combining the open-plan spaces of modern design with the local gabled vernacular of cedar shingles, New York-based Robert Young Architecture and Interiors creates a family compound on Montauk Lake.
  • Summer Living in Montauk
    remodelista.com
    Combining the open-plan spaces of modern design with the local gabled vernacular of cedar shingles, New York-based Robert Young Architecture and Interiors creates a family compound on Montauk Lake.
  • Summer Living in Montauk
    remodelista.com
    Combining the open-plan spaces of modern design with the local gabled vernacular of cedar shingles, New York-based Robert Young Architecture and Interiors creates a family compound on Montauk Lake.
  • Summer Living in Montauk
    remodelista.com
    Combining the open-plan spaces of modern design with the local gabled vernacular of cedar shingles, New York-based Robert Young Architecture and Interiors creates a family compound on Montauk Lake.
  • Summer Living in Montauk
    remodelista.com
    Combining the open-plan spaces of modern design with the local gabled vernacular of cedar shingles, New York-based Robert Young Architecture and Interiors creates a family compound on Montauk Lake.
  • Mirror Lake Inn Resort Spa
    jetsetter.com
    Old World escape to nature with three restaurants, a private beach and lake and Adirondack peak views Directly on Mirror Lake and walking distance to downtown Lake Placid, this sprawling white clapboard complex is an old-fashioned escape where afternoon tea is served daily and hiking boots are more common than high heels. Two lakes, 46 Adirondack peaks and the Olympic training grounds supply yearround playgrounds for outdoor lovers, so expect to spend active days hiking the nearby hills or the summit of Mount Marcy, or perfecting your Downward-Facing Dog on the pier.
  • Stone Creek Camp by Andersson Wise
    homedsgn.com
    Austin-based architecture and design studio Andersson Wise has completed the Stone Creek Camp project in 2008. Built in in Bigfork, Montana, Stone Creek Camp is situated on the flanks of a long hill, leading visitors into a gradual discovery of the site. Two gatehouse buildings announce claim to the property; a pebble and earth path leads down the hill to the master house, lodge, and guest house. Stone Creek Camp by Andersson Wise: "This remote Montana Camp is situated along a sloping hill, leading visitors to discover the site progressively. From the gatehouses, a path leads down the hill to the master house, main lodge, and guesthouse. The buildings offer warm, almost cave-like spaces as well as expansive porches, open to the views and sunlight. Small windows and thick walls facing into the slope of the site are contrasted with entire walls that open up towards the lake. Inhabitants may choose to be outdoors while inside by sliding open walls or moving outside
  • Stone Creek Camp by Andersson Wise
    homedsgn.com
    Austin-based architecture and design studio Andersson Wise has completed the Stone Creek Camp project in 2008. Built in in Bigfork, Montana, Stone Creek Camp is situated on the flanks of a long hill, leading visitors into a gradual discovery of the site. Two gatehouse buildings announce claim to the property; a pebble and earth path leads down the hill to the master house, lodge, and guest house. Stone Creek Camp by Andersson Wise: "This remote Montana Camp is situated along a sloping hill, leading visitors to discover the site progressively. From the gatehouses, a path leads down the hill to the master house, main lodge, and guesthouse. The buildings offer warm, almost cave-like spaces as well as expansive porches, open to the views and sunlight. Small windows and thick walls facing into the slope of the site are contrasted with entire walls that open up towards the lake. Inhabitants may choose to be outdoors while inside by sliding open walls or moving outside
  • Stone Creek Camp by Andersson Wise
    homedsgn.com
    Austin-based architecture and design studio Andersson Wise has completed the Stone Creek Camp project in 2008. Built in in Bigfork, Montana, Stone Creek Camp is situated on the flanks of a long hill, leading visitors into a gradual discovery of the site. Two gatehouse buildings announce claim to the property; a pebble and earth path leads down the hill to the master house, lodge, and guest house. Stone Creek Camp by Andersson Wise: "This remote Montana Camp is situated along a sloping hill, leading visitors to discover the site progressively. From the gatehouses, a path leads down the hill to the master house, main lodge, and guesthouse. The buildings offer warm, almost cave-like spaces as well as expansive porches, open to the views and sunlight. Small windows and thick walls facing into the slope of the site are contrasted with entire walls that open up towards the lake. Inhabitants may choose to be outdoors while inside by sliding open walls or moving outside
  • Stone Creek Camp by Andersson Wise
    homedsgn.com
    Austin-based architecture and design studio Andersson Wise has completed the Stone Creek Camp project in 2008. Built in in Bigfork, Montana, Stone Creek Camp is situated on the flanks of a long hill, leading visitors into a gradual discovery of the site. Two gatehouse buildings announce claim to the property; a pebble and earth path leads down the hill to the master house, lodge, and guest house. Stone Creek Camp by Andersson Wise: "This remote Montana Camp is situated along a sloping hill, leading visitors to discover the site progressively. From the gatehouses, a path leads down the hill to the master house, main lodge, and guesthouse. The buildings offer warm, almost cave-like spaces as well as expansive porches, open to the views and sunlight. Small windows and thick walls facing into the slope of the site are contrasted with entire walls that open up towards the lake. Inhabitants may choose to be outdoors while inside by sliding open walls or moving outside
  • Stone Creek Camp by Andersson Wise
    homedsgn.com
    Austin-based architecture and design studio Andersson Wise has completed the Stone Creek Camp project in 2008. Built in in Bigfork, Montana, Stone Creek Camp is situated on the flanks of a long hill, leading visitors into a gradual discovery of the site. Two gatehouse buildings announce claim to the property; a pebble and earth path leads down the hill to the master house, lodge, and guest house. Stone Creek Camp by Andersson Wise: "This remote Montana Camp is situated along a sloping hill, leading visitors to discover the site progressively. From the gatehouses, a path leads down the hill to the master house, main lodge, and guesthouse. The buildings offer warm, almost cave-like spaces as well as expansive porches, open to the views and sunlight. Small windows and thick walls facing into the slope of the site are contrasted with entire walls that open up towards the lake. Inhabitants may choose to be outdoors while inside by sliding open walls or moving outside
  • Stone Creek Camp by Andersson Wise
    homedsgn.com
    Austin-based architecture and design studio Andersson Wise has completed the Stone Creek Camp project in 2008. Built in in Bigfork, Montana, Stone Creek Camp is situated on the flanks of a long hill, leading visitors into a gradual discovery of the site. Two gatehouse buildings announce claim to the property; a pebble and earth path leads down the hill to the master house, lodge, and guest house. Stone Creek Camp by Andersson Wise: "This remote Montana Camp is situated along a sloping hill, leading visitors to discover the site progressively. From the gatehouses, a path leads down the hill to the master house, main lodge, and guesthouse. The buildings offer warm, almost cave-like spaces as well as expansive porches, open to the views and sunlight. Small windows and thick walls facing into the slope of the site are contrasted with entire walls that open up towards the lake. Inhabitants may choose to be outdoors while inside by sliding open walls or moving outside