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.
Nestled in a peninsula on Ossipee Lake, New Hampshire, the Anker Jordan cottage is formed by two conjoined prisms that provide an elegant and singular resolution to a wide range of desires and concerns.
The weekend cabin is perched on a granite outcropping in the White Mountains. It was sited to project precariously over a steep drop-off, allowing dramatic views across the valley at several prominent peaks.
Designed by Murdough Design, the Squam Lake Cabin is a lake home for a family and their guests. Sitting on an existing foundation, the home is thought of as a simple box protected by a large sheltering roof, with spaces designed to create a variety of distinct experiences.
Nestled into a Hemlock-Beech forest, the Lakeside Camping transforms an existing summer retreat into a three generation family compound. The camp’s quiet repose on the periphery of existing structures discreetly reorders the site, strengthening relational hierarchies and celebrating the landscape.
Gemma Observatory is a private astronomical observatory located on a remote mountain summit in central New Hampshire. The site is characterized by granite outcroppings and is situated at the center of a three-mile radius “dark” landscape with very little light pollution to obstruct astronomical viewing.