House and Long Barn, the Adirondacks

Lakeside
Side Façade
Porch
Long Barn
Breakfast Room
Stair Detail and Great Room Stair Detail and Great Room
Window Seat
Dining Room and Back Stair Dining Room and Back Stair

House and Long Barn, the Adirondacks

For the design of this house and barn located deep in a preserve, PPA looked to the longstanding tradition of the Adirondack Great Camp — modest camps that grew into self-sufficient compounds of rustic luxury set amid extensive acreage. In the spirit of Camp Santanoni on Newcomb Lake, PPA stained the shiplap cedar boards of the house black and used red trim to allow for it to project against the wooded surroundings. The texture and color of the cedar, timber and stone create a dynamic rhythm as the house bends with the contours of the site. The vaulted cedar-lined living room, anchored by a monumental fieldstone fireplace, is located at the center of the plan and the virtues of the natural materials — peeled logs, natural branches, and different species of wood — create a decorative effect throughout the interiors. The long barn marks the entrance to the compound and contains a bunkroom, staff quarters and a 5-bay garage. 

Partner-in-Charge: Peter Pennoyer

Design Director: Gregory Gilmartin

Associate-in-Charge: James Taylor

Associates: Nebojsa Savic, Pui Ng, Anik Pearson, Irina Shumitskaya, Anton Glikin, Craig Stevens, Marc Bailly, Anthony Goldsby

Landscape Architect: Reed Hilderbrand Associates, Inc.

Interior Design: Evergreen Interiors

Photography: Jonathan Wallen 


Peter Pennoyer Architects