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Caleb Johnson Studio

Caleb Johnson Studio

Portland, ME

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Paradise Road

A ski house at heart providing both intimate family living and guest dwelling. This property close to Sunday River revealed a steeper incline than initially realized. Creative problem solving would result in a unique, sprawling, layered plan.

The client requested a sense of zen in the home, with a focus on clean, minimalist design. Limited trim and natural materials throughout make for a simple interior. White oak was chosen for both flooring and millwork, each with a unique stain to allow multiple tones to come through. The downstairs bunk rooms, which will see more traffic than other bedrooms, use reclaimed paneling and salvaged wood from Portland’s Architectural Salvage. In the bathrooms, a simple limestone with white oak creates a natural, calming ambiance.

 
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Status: Built
Location: Bethel, ME, US
Firm Role: Architect
Additional Credits: DESIGN TEAM:
David Morris, Bud Angst, Caleb Johnson

GENERAL CONTRACTOR:
Clearwater Builders

MILLWORK:
Wentworth Woodworking

PROJECT MANAGER:
Eric List