Made from Locust and White Oak this footbridge is designed to support snowmobiles and quads when necessary. Aesthetically it intends to compliment the constructed wetland it passes through.
The White Oak planks are set in a relaxed fashion with a predetermined tollerance.
Tony and Kevin pose for a photo. The form allows for views of the distant mountain while creating enough shade for typing, reading, or eating.
A translucent screen is supported by a timber-frame super structure.
Complementing the nearby cabin and view, a timber-framed log structure creates a place to eat away from the mosquitoes.
This staircase leads up to the kitchen, defined by a hand-made sculptural rail.
Inside the screened room, one looks up and enjoys handcraft and cedar shakes beyond.
Milled from trees on the land, oak trusses compliment this coop. Glass rod "egg windows" detail the back wall.
Inside the bathhouse built-in seats and sewn curtins surround the tub.
Inspired by a Japanese spa in CA, clients requested a version that would be fitting for New England.