Gallery: Gorgeous Eco-Lodge Built on Flathead Lake in Montana

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We may have just found your dream vacation spot at the rustic, but modern eco-lodge of Stone Creek Camp on Flathead Lake, Montana. Designed by Andersson Wise Architects, the absolutely gorgeous architecture of this fishing camp and lodge will have you dreaming of lazy days atop its decks overlooking the lake, with a cup of tea on one hand, a good book in the other. As eco-friendly as it is beautiful, green features abound throughout the entire complex, including a stacked wood facade built from fallen trees on site, a green roof and an integrated, energy efficient design.

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  1. ScaiacS January 21, 2011 at 8:44 am

    I’m interested in Rocio Romero’s LVL series homes, trying to learn as much as I can about her process. The foremost question in my mind–because of my firsthand knowledge of New England winters, temperatures, and ice–is: Will there be a problem with the roof drainage system? I ask because of how the roof drains are positioned. They’re enclosed behind the skin of the house, with the intakes positioned at the roof corners just behind the parapet. I just can’t see how they won’t accumulate ice dams. So, are they super insulated, heated…what? Or does it even matter? Thanks, ScaiacS

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