Where Rural Western Vernacular meets – and draws upon – the Principles of Classical Architecture
On this steep and narrow site on the edge of a Blue Ribbon Trout Lake in eastern Idaho, we were challenged to design a site-responsive seasonal retreat that was both ecologically sensitive and architecturally appropriate for the region. The simple parti of the house – a one room deep bar with supporting appendages – was organized to respond to the client, site, and client: to take best advantage of the views to the lake and prevailing summer winds across the site and meanwhile accommodate the entertaining lifestyle of the Owners, one of whom has limited mobility.
Buccellato Design, LLC (BDLLC)
Aimee P. C. Buccellato, Partner
Kevin M. Buccellato, Partner
New Preston, Connecticut
Research Case Studies
"The Responsibility of Technology versus the Technology of Responsibility"
Durability in Construction
"Quantifying Sustainable Design: Select Case Studies"
Proceedings of BESS 2011
Responsible Technology: The Green Scale Research Project"
Proceedings of the Creating_Making Forum 2010