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Camp Rumple

The pristine, wooded site has two flowing streams and a waterfall located on 20 acres near Seaside, Oregon. The owners wanted to create a multi-generational family retreat. A secluded camp to recharge and reconnect with those that are most important to them and to experience the natural calm and beauty of the great outdoors.

Erez Russo Architect PC designed three light filled buildings surrounding a central south facing courtyard. The use of multiple buildings creates a more intimate scale while the grouping of the buildings around a central courtyard reinforces a sense of community for the family and their guests. The main building provides all the common living and cooking areas. In addition, it has a sleeping loft and a large fireplace for family gatherings. The second building, nicknamed the potty pavilion, houses all the common showers and toilets. A covered, glazed breezeway with a built in storage bench links up to the third building which houses three private bed rooms. In the design of each building, a key element is the connection to the surrounding site. Banks of 8’ high glass doors provide a seamless connection to the outdoor courtyard. Above, continuous translucent wall panels let additional light into the living spaces, casting shadows as the surrounding forest branches sway in the summer breeze.

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