“Rugged architecture in a natural landscape.”
Located in Bethel New York, it was very important that all spaces within this second home had unobstructed views of the natural pond and wetland at the rear of the site. The interior of the house was made more dramatic by the site’s steep terrain, and the two story living space and open gallery on the interior. The owners requested that the house reflect the rustic style of other great Adirondack houses but were also environmentally friendly. Local fieldstone, split, and whole peeled logs were used.