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Rooms 48   Architecture Hank Scollard   Interior Design Julie Pearson

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Rooms
48
Architecture
Hank Scollard
Interior
Design Julie Pearson

Rear-facing, expansive windows overlooking the surrounding forest, river, and mountains, as well as locally sourced white-oak planks that clad the building exteriors, artfully blend the hotel with its environs. Indeed, every facet of the design is meant to bring nature in and keep the background noise out.

ARCHITECTURE

Hank Scollard

Renovated from an existing motor lodge, the hotel was created by installing a new rigid steel structural frame over the shell of the existing ranch house, allowing the interior to be gutted and stripped down to its original wood framing.

ARCHITECTURE
Hank Scollard

Renovated from an existing motor lodge, the hotel was created by installing a new rigid steel structural frame over the shell of the existing ranch house, allowing the interior to be gutted and stripped down to its original wood framing.

Rear-facing, expansive windows overlooking the surrounding forest, river, and mountains, as well as locally sourced white-oak planks that clad the building exteriors, artfully blend the hotel with its environs. Indeed, every facet of the design is meant to bring nature in and keep the background noise out.

INTERIOR DESIGN

Julie Pearson

Leather couches, raw-wood tables, patterned chairs, and old-style wallpaper form a happy mishmash of timeless looks that serve to envelope the guest in a sense of creativity, not pomposity.

Under-designed to give one the feeling that he or she has just popped into the home of an artist-friend with eclectic tastes, the hotel is both unpretentious and purposefully provocative.

INTERIOR DESIGN
Julie Pearson

Leather couches, raw-wood tables, patterned chairs, and old-style wallpaper form a happy mishmash of timeless looks that serve to envelope the guest in a sense of creativity, not pomposity.

 
 

Under-designed to give one the feeling that he or she has just popped into the home of an artist-friend with eclectic tastes, the hotel is both unpretentious and purposefully provocative.

INTERIOR DESIGN
Julie Pearson

Leather couches, raw-wood tables, patterned chairs, and old-style wallpaper form a happy mishmash of timeless looks that serve to envelope the guest in a sense of creativity, not pomposity.

Under-designed to give one the feeling that he or she has just popped into the home of an artist-friend with eclectic tastes, the hotel is both unpretentious and purposefully provocative.

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