Adirondack Lake House

New Residence and Camp Structures in New York

A year-round vacation house and family camp, in New York’s Adirondack State Park, was built into the granite ledge rock, set gently back in the trees along Paradox Lake. This house taps the beauty and serenity of the lake, the tradition of New England ‘Great Camps’ and the power of childhood memories. The design developed from stone walls, log columns, wood beams and sleeping lofts. The landscape offers birch trees, swimming at dusk, midnight fires and canoeing at dawn.

From the Owner: ”One of the things we liked best about working with Kurt was his willingness to collaborate and share ideas, to come up with a result that was a joint creative effort uniquely suited to us. He has a great ability to work with different kinds of clients to achieve individualized results, but there is a common theme of satisfaction with the process and the end result.”

Photography by Gary Hall
Built by Morse Construction