Salisbury, VT | 2006
[With John Mcleod]
The Multi-House at Camp Keewaydin is the spiritual center of this lively Vermont summer camp. In 2006, camp directors realized that the original building simply couldn’t support the number of campers and the lively activities it needed to. Andrea and local architect John McLeod worked together to design this open-air, three-season structure. The building was constructed of locally harvested wood and is adaptable for multiple uses. A balcony, or crow’s nest, up above in the rear gable adds an additional element of fun. The wood-framed structure was built with wood harvested from Keewaydin’s own property, helping it fit gracefully into its wooded setting.
Images by Andrea Murray & John McLeod