The Trout Lake retreat contains four distinct buildings arranged in two groupings. The first grouping contains the main house, a woodworking shop, and a carport all contained under a single roof in a T-shape. A covered courtyard connects the three spaces in the middle of the “T”.
Jeremy Bittermann lives in Portland, Oregon, spends in his summers in Maine, and works throughout the US for clients such as BCJ, ZGF, Allied Works, Olson Kundig, Architecture Research Office, Andy Bernheimer, EHDD, KPF, WRNS Studio and more. Prior to working as an architectural photographer, Jeremy worked in strategic planning and marketing in the architecture industry, which has provided him with an in-depth understanding of his design clients' photography needs. Jeremy's work has been widely published in magazines such as ARCHITECT, Architectural Record, The New York Times, Architectural Review, Dwell, Architectural Digest, Mark and Frame.
LOCATION: Portland, Oregon
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