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Lakeside Summer Camp Rebuilt for Multiple Guests

Lakeside Summer Camp Rebuilt for Multiple Guests

Project: Lakeside Summer Camp
Architects: James Dixon Architect
Location: New Hampshire, United States
Photography: Sean Litchfield

Formerly a lakeside summer camp, this property came with stringent zoning restrictions. Three existing buildings have been rebuilt, each one confined to the footprint of its original foundation. The resulting compound maintains the scale and feel of the original camp, while providing separate residences for multiple guests.

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New Hampshire Summer House, living room

New Hampshire Summer House, dining room

New Hampshire Summer House

New Hampshire Summer House 2

New Hampshire Summer House, bedroom

New Hampshire Summer House, bathroom

New Hampshire Lakeside Summer Camp , bedroom

Lakeside Summer Camp Rebuilt for Multiple Guests

New Hampshire Summer House, James Dixon Architect

New Hampshire Summer House, James Dixon Architect 1

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A modest cabin is rebuild on its former footprint 3

New Hampshire Summer House, James Dixon Architect, bedroom

New Hampshire Summer House, James Dixon Architect 3

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