Outbuildings

Vermont
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Made from local stone and historic pure lime mortar, this stone coop acts as a folly on the New England Landscape. Scott Wunderle
“Stone shed” — jbolton123
Outbuildings
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Made from pure lime mortar and fieldstone, red oak, and hemlock, this coop is detailed with egg-like glass rods embedded in the buildings south wall. Scott Wunderle
“chicken coop” — rwillingham
Screened Room
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This "home away form home" allows for breathtaking views while enjoying lunch or a nap. The materials are chosen to match the nearby log cabin, and the screens are removable in winter. Scott Wunderle
“screened hut” — abban
Timber-frame Ceiling
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The ceiling of this outdoor screened room provides a decorative space to eat lunch, and enjoy the view. Hand cut timbers create a ceiling which is structurally sound as well as decorative in nature. Scott Wunderle
“Good, been looking for this jointing.” — Musasizi Gadi
Pump House
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Co-locating a computerized irrigation system and a 300,000 btu furnace, this structure built from fieldstone and pure lime mortar, houses numerous utilities in a timeless way. Scott Wunderle
“the doors” — peachtree2013
Bathhouse
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Inspired by Japanese architectural forms, this bathhouse attempts to combine classic Japanese elements with the rich history of New England timber structures. Once you walk down the curved stone stairs and enter the building, an eight person hot tub allows one to float and look up into the Pine tree canopies through the roof. Scott Wunderle
“roof” — jsittig19
Outbuildings
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Inside the bath house, open to the weather, a hot tub for eight waits for bathers. Scott Wunderle
“so simple and relaxing” — veronicaxy
Stonework & Timber Frame Projects
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Inspired by Japanese architectural forms, this bathhouse attempts to combine classic Japanese elements with the rich history of New England timber structures. Once you walk down the curved stone stairs and enter the building, an eight person hot tub allows one to float and look up into the Pine tree canopies through the roof. Scott Wunderle
“Stone walkway” — qstboss
Stonework & Timber Frame Projects
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White oak is used to support a translucent, shade tarp. The space below becomes a place to eat. sleep, read, and type on a laptop. Scott Wunderle
“Among the Oaks | Spring Island, South Carolina EAT SLEEP ON TARP ABOVE” — lalaloohoo
Stonework & Timber Frame Projects
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White oak is used to support a translucent, shade tarp framing a view to Terrible Mountain. The space below becomes a place to eat. sleep, read, and type on a laptop. Scott Wunderle
“translucent shade tarp, curved” — terriokc
Timber Space
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A number of wooden elements allow for numerous programmatic functions just outside a log cabin in Vermont. Scott Wunderle
“Unique railing system” — MH3 Design Group
Living outdoors
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Beginning with only the cabin itself a master-plan is completed locating a guest house, screened room, heated drive, hot tub, deck structure, gardens, fire pit, driveway, and plantings. Scott Wunderle
“landscapes” — Vidya Piya
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