At Whitefish Lake, Workaday Design conquers a tricky lot to capitalize on views of the water across the street.
In 2018, Lauren and Brittan Ellingson, the owners of Notice Snowboards, a custom snowboard and wakesurf company in Whitefish, Montana, approached Workaday Design and builder Mindful Designs to concoct a new lake home for their family. The brief was, perhaps unsurprisingly, focused on getting the family outdoors as much as possible.
The site had a fitting provenance for this purpose—the land once belonged to a summer camp, and the Ellingsons’ lot hosted the administrative office. “It was an old building, and it started to have some mold issues,” says Zach George, designer and partner at Workaday Design. “So, they demoed the building and we did this building in its place—but we tried to keep that inspiration and the gabled camp feel of the original structures.”
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