Seeley Lake, Montana

Situated on a cove near the southern end of Lindbergh Lake in the Swan Valley, this getaway was designed for three generations of family who come to Montana for quality time together. The goals for the cabin were to blend in from the road, fully embrace the lake and create gathering spaces for the family to congregate, while simultaneously sleeping 18 people.

The shape of the site suggested a home that wraps around the water. Due to grade change, from the road the home appears to be one story. However, as one moves through the home, the changes in topography create a home that groups uses per floor and steps down with the land.

Photo credit:  Gibeon Photography

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