House near Deadwood
Surrounded by natural beauty and on a site steeped in history, the House Near Deadwood is positioned high above the old mining town of Deadwood, South Dakota in the Black Hills. The client’s original wish was to purchase an old log cabin and relocate it to the site, but that was forbidden by the restrictive local covenants. Instead, the design is composed of a central form with the look and feel of an original two-story log home with additions surrounding it, designed to appear as if they were built at a later time. The architecture is based on the area’s vernacular structures of particular timeframes; a late 19th century log cabin and early 20th century additions. The residence commands views of the surrounding forest and creates cozy indoor and outdoor spaces to be enjoyed during the green summers and snowy winters.
Jeremy designed the House Near Deadwood in collaboration with Steven Ginn as a project architect at Steven Ginn Architects. For more information, please visit: stevenginn.com
Location: Black Hills, South Dakota Status: On Hold