y Mountain Architecture: Chapter IV

Mountain Architecture: An Alternative Design Proposal
for the
Wy'East Day Lodge, Mount Hood Oregon

by Thomas P. Deering, Jr.

CHAPTER IV

SITE HISTORY: BUILDING ON MOUNT HOOD

EARLY HOTEL SCHEMES
 Cloud Cap: The North Side Pre-eminent Site
BUILDING ACTIVITY ON MOUNT HOOD'S SOUTH SLOPES: Precursors to Timberline Lodge
TIMBERLINE LODGE: A Major Hotel Comes to Mount Hood
 The Battle over the Design
  Turner's Four Schemes
  Underwood's Scheme
  The Two Architects Collaborate to Refine the Design
 Construction of the Lodge
  Interior Furnishings
  Ski Chalet and Dedication
  The Magic Mile Chairlift and Silcox Hut
 Post Construction History
OTHER STRUCTURES ON MOUNT HOOD
 Government Camp
 The Summit Lookout
 The Mount Hood Meadows Ski Area
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Master of Architecture Thesis
(M. Arch - University of Washington - 1986)


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Copyright 1986 © Thomas P. Deering, Jr.

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