Mid Century Modern architecture in the American iteration, came about after World War II as a means to bring modernism to the post-war suburbs. Emphasizing structures with expansive glass and open floor plans, the style’s main goal was to open up interior spaces and bring the outdoors in. Many original Mid Century Modern homes used a post and beam architectural design to eliminate the need for bulky support walls...
The Great North Woods Lodge home is currently under construction in an area that looks south toward the White Mountains of New Hampshire. While it is a nod to the New England farmhouse, it is definitely a mountain lodge style home.
Great North Woods Lodge Home Construction
The Great North Woods Lodge home is completely up and enclosed. The Yankee Barn Homes post and beam shell is a marvel of engineering. Most YBH kits are up and enclosed in under two weeks. Great North Woods Lodge is no different. The components of the house arrive on the site pre-constructed. Completed in our environment controlled facility, the prefabricated home goes together like a large 3-D puzzle. The YBH Supervisor is on site to make certain the erection of the shell goes smoothly. Once up and enclosed, the owner’s general contractor takes over.
The Great North Woods Lodge home is now a flurry of activity. The exterior roofing and siding is being put in place while electricians, plumbers, and carpenters work on the interior. The efficiency and ease for sub-contractors to work on YBH kits is well known. Please read our interviews with general contractors for more in-depth information.
Soon, snow will begin to fly in northern New Hampshire but weather is not a factor when building a Yankee Barn Home. Construction continues regardless of the weather. If you’d like to see further updates, check back in a few weeks. We’re sure to have progress pictures.
Follow this link to see renderings and floor plans for Great North Woods Lodge.
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