This project involves the design of four small cabins on a site bordering Sebago Lake, just outside of Raymond, Maine.
The design of the cabins began with the idea of a pathway. Specifically, ideas were developed to group and connect individual places on the site; each place / cabin provides unique vantage and connection to the natural beauty of the wooded lakeside.
Each cabin is organized to step down the slope of the hillside towards the water, parallel with the surrounding grade. Large pocketing glazed doors slide away and disappear, allowing the exterior to flow through the interior space.
The material palette for both the inside and outside of the cabins matches the materials of the site; stone and wood, supporting a weathered copper roof.