Canandaigua Lake, New York
The large cedar shingled home will be a family retreat for multiple generations of this Rochester family for many years to come. With a bedroom for the parents, a guest bedroom, a bedroom for each of five married children and girl and boy bunkrooms, the house can comfortably accommodate a crowd for the holidays. The house is designed with multiple porches that both expand the living area and moderate the scale of the building. Its design details are borrowed from camps built almost 100 years ago. However, its systems and conveniences are contemporary including a geo-thermal hvac system.