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Fishing Lodge

California
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Architecture: Walker Warner Architects
Principal: Brooks Walker
Senior Project Managers: Thomas Clapper, Kevin Killen
Architectural Staff: Kas Seefeld, Brian Lang, Andre Chung, Joseph Trott
Interiors: Lone Star Interior Design
Landscape: Tom Hesseldenz & Associates
Builder: Yellowstone Traditions
Photography: Bruce Damonte

This 10-year project began as a renovation to a century-old private fishing club. The main lodge and cabins suffered from years of neglect. The new fishing lodge and clubhouse reference the grandeur of the original lodge with soaring volumes, fir and redwood timber joinery, hand-forged ironwork, and heavy stone masonry. The sleeping cabins are cozy and understated with simple forms, steeply pitched roofs, and rustic detailing. The entire infrastructure system was upgraded, incorporating compound-wide fire protection, new water supply, and both solar and hydropower. The expansive property and sensitively landscaped grounds offer an active outdoor experience where a full day of activities culminates with family and friends enjoying the comforts of the majestic new lodge.

Architecture: Walker Warner Architects
Principal: Brooks Walker
Senior Project Managers: Thomas Clapper, Kevin Killen
Architectural Staff: Kas Seefeld, Brian Lang, Andre Chung, Joseph Trott
Interiors: Lone Star Interior Design
Landscape: Tom Hesseldenz & Associates
Builder: Yellowstone Traditions
Photography: Bruce Damonte

This 10-year project began as a renovation to a century-old private fishing club. The main lodge and cabins suffered from years of neglect. The new fishing lodge and clubhouse reference the grandeur of the original lodge with soaring volumes, fir and redwood timber joinery, hand-forged ironwork, and heavy stone masonry. The sleeping cabins are cozy and understated with simple forms, steeply pitched roofs, and rustic detailing. The entire infrastructure system was upgraded, incorporating compound-wide fire protection, new water supply, and both solar and hydropower. The expansive property and sensitively landscaped grounds offer an active outdoor experience where a full day of activities culminates with family and friends enjoying the comforts of the majestic new lodge.

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“Our goal is to create a building that is so well designed, out of such durable materials, that no one would want to knock it down later on. It should be so well thought out that it wouldn’t need to be altered much to keep up with the times."
- Brooks Walker, Principal, WWA
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