The Robertson Lake House is a cool project of ours designed on Glen Lake near Eureka, Montana for a family from Canada. The intent on the design was to have a place for the Robertson family to gather and enjoy the summer months on the lake. The floor plan has an open concept that incorporates the great room, kitchen, and dining room all connecting to the outdoor living and to Glen Lake.
Below are some construction photos from this March, stone work on the exterior of the house, pictures of the wood siding, and some photos of the wood timber trusses. The wood siding is from Vintage Woods, a Colorado based company. It is new wood made to look old, which is a cost effective method to get that rustic aesthetic. Their focus is to enhance the natural characteristics of wood to give it a sense of history. Click here to view more of what Vintage Woods has to offer for wood siding.
The stone we are using is Montana Moss. It has a natural edge with finger joint at corners, dry stacked, and the color is natural grey brown.
The products we are using for this project from Vintage are: for the horizontal siding it is a 2×12 reclaimed wood, hand hewn on site, and tackroom is the color; for the vertical siding it is a 1×12 circle sawn reclaimed wood, random widths with ship lap connection, and the color is western exposure.
Jamie Daugaard _ Whitefish, MT Custom Lake House – Robertson Lake _ Centre Sky Architecture