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

by Thomas P. Deering, Jr.

LIST OF FIGURES - CHAPTER 2



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Indigenous Vernacular:
2.1Village of Livigno, Italy, Sondrio district.
2.2Wood and stone half-timbered hut in the upper Salante Valley, Valais, Switzerland.
2.3Rudimentary stone house in the Arc valley, Savoie, Switzerland.
2.4A ninteenth century print by Currodi and Hurliman depicting a hamlet in the Wengernalp, Switzerland.
2.5A collection of farm buildings below the Matterhorn at Winckelmatten, Valais, Switzerland.
2.6Granary-barn, in Vispertal, Switzerland.
2.7Timber hay barn in Campo di Vallemaggio, Tessin, Valais district.
2.8Granary in Rygnestad, Setesdal, near Telemark, Norway.
2.9Seasonally occupied village near Alp Selva, Switzerland.
2.10Expanded illustration of a multi-storied stone house, Sonogno, Italy, with four rooms and a storage loft.
2.11Stone buildings in Val Verzasca.
2.12Elevation of house in the Valee d'Abondance, Haut Savoie.
2.13Farmsteads in the hamlet of Hinten, Switzerland.
2.14A large seventeenth century farmhouse in St. Jacques d'Ayas, Asota district.
2.15A half-timbered farmhouse in the Diemtigen valley, Switzerland.
2.16A new chalet in the Diemtigen valley, Switzerland.
2.17Tritt farmhouses, Hinten Switzerland.
2.18Eighteenth century granery above Wittenbach, Switzerland.

Recreational and Tourist Facilities:
2.19Adirondack Great Camp, "Pine Knot." William West Durant, 1879.
2.20Adirondack Great Camp, "Echo." Built for Governor Phineas C. Lounsbury, 1883.
2.21Adirondack Great Camp, for Adolph Lewishon, 1903-4.
2.22Adirondack Great Camp Interior, Kamp Kill Kare, c. 1900.
2.23Adirondack Great Camp, "Knollwood Club", Saranac Lakes area, 1899.
2.24Adirondack Great Camp, Hamlin House, Lake Placid.
2.25Catskill Mountain House, c. 1840.
2.26Mohonk Mountain House, Swawangunk Mountains, New York, 1869-1900.
2.27Mount Stephen House at Field, British Columbia, 1886.
2.28Glacier House at Glacier, British Columbia, 1886.
2.29The Great Glacier (The Illecillewaet) as it was in 1889 when Glacier House was built.
2.30Glacier House at Glacier, British Columbia, 1886-1913.
2.31Banff Springs Hotel, Alberta. Bruce Price, 1886-88.
2.32Banff Springs Hotel, Alberta. Bruce Price, 1886-88.
2.33Chateau Frontenac, Quebec. Bruce Price and others, 1892-1924.
2.34Banff Springs Hotel, Alberta, c. 1905. Bruce Price, 1886-88.
2.35Banff Springs Hotel, Alberta. Bruce Price, 1886-88, W. S. Painter, 1912-14.
2.36Banff Springs Hotel, Alberta. Tower, W. S. Painter, 1912-14. Flanking wings, J. W. Orrock, 1924-28.
2.37Banff Springs Hotel, Alberta. Bruce Price, W. S. Painter, J. W. Orrock 1886-1924.
2.38Lake Louise Chalet, Alberta, c. 1905.
2.39Chateau Lake Louise, Alberta. W. S. Painter, 1912-13. Barott and Blackdecker, 1924.
2.40Lake Louise, Victoria Glacier, and the Lake Louise Chateau, Alberta. W. S. Painter, 1912-13. Barott and Blackdecker, 1924.
2.41Old Faithful Inn, Yellowstone National Park. Robert C. Reamer, 1902.
2.42Old Faithful Inn, Yellowstone National Park. Robert C. Reamer, 1902. Main Lobby.
2.43Old Faithful Inn, Yellowstone National Park. Robert C. Reamer, 1902.
2.44Old Faithful Inn, Yellowstone National Park. Robert C. Reamer, 1902, 1913, 1927.
2.45The Canyon Hotel, Yellowstone National Park. Robert C. Reamer, 1910-11.
2.46The Canyon Hotel, Yellowstone National Park. Robert C. Reamer, 1910-11.
2.47The Canyon Hotel, Yellowstone National Park. Robert C. Reamer, 1910-11.
2.48Glacier Park Lodge, and Annex, Glacier National Park. S. L. Bartlett, 1912-15.
2.49Glacier Park Lodge, Glacier National Park. S. L. Bartlett, 1912-15.
2.50Forestry Building, Lewis and Clark Exposition, Portland, Oregon. Ion Lewis and A. E. Doyle of Whidden and Lewis, 1902.
2.51Forestry Building, Lewis and Clark Exposition, Portland, Oregon. Ion Lewis and A. E. Doyle of Whidden and Lewis, 1902.
2.52Forestry Building, Lewis and Clark Exposition, Portland, Oregon. Ion Lewis and A. E. Doyle of Whidden and Lewis, 1902. Sketch by Doyle: "View of End".
2.53Glacier Park Lodge, Glacier National Park. S. L. Bartlett, 1912-15.
2.54Lake McDonald Lodge, Glacier National Park. Cutter and Malgram, 1913-14.
2.55Many Glacier Hotel, Glacier National Park, 1915-17.
2.56Many Glacier Hotel, Glacier National Park, 1915-17.
2.57Many Glacier Hotel, Glacier National Park, 1915-17.
2.58Prince of Wales Hotel, Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta, 1926-27.
2.59Prince of Wales Hotel, Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta, 1926-27.
2.60Prince of Wales Hotel, Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta, 1926-27.
2.61Crater Lake Lodge, Grater Lake National Park. R. L. Hockenburry and Co., 1911-15, 1923.
2.62Crater Lake Lodge, Grater Lake National Park. R. L. Hockenburry and Co., 1911-15, 1923. Interior design proposal by Mark Daniels, c. 1910.
2.63National Park Inn, Longmire, Mount Rainier National Park, c. 1910.
2.64Administration Building, Longmire, Mount Rainier National Park, 1920s.
2.65Community House, Paradise, Mount Rainier National Park.
2.66Community House, Paradise, Mount Rainier National Park. First floor plan.
2.67Administration Building, Sunrise, Mount Rainier National Park.
2.68Administration Building, Sunrise, Mount Rainier National Park. First and Second floor plans.
2.69Paradise Inn, Mount Rainier National Park. Heath and Gove of Tacoma, 1917.
2.70Paradise Inn, Mount Rainier National Park. Heath and Gove of Tacoma, 1917, 1920.
2.71Paradise Inn, Mount Rainier National Park. Heath and Gove of Tacoma, 1917. Interior.
2.72Mount Baker Lodge, Mount Baker, Washington. Earl Morrison, 1926-27.
2.73Mount Baker Lodge, Mount Baker, Washington. Unexecuted scheme, c. 1926.
2.74Mount Baker Lodge, Mount Baker, Washington. Earl Morrison, 1926-27.
2.75Mount Baker Lodge, Mount Baker, Washington. Earl Morrison, 1926-27. Under construction.
2.76Mount Baker Lodge, Mount Baker, Washington. Earl Morrison, 1926-27.
2.77The Ahwahnee, Yosemite National Park. Gilbert Stanley Underwood, 1927. Final watercolor of original scheme.
2.78The Ahwahnee, Yosemite National Park. Gilbert Stanley Underwood, 1927.
2.79The Ahwahnee, Yosemite National Park. Gilbert Stanley Underwood, 1927. Interior of Main dining room.
2.80The Ahwahnee, Yosemite National Park. Gilbert Stanley Underwood, 1927.
2.81The Ahwahnee, Yosemite National Park. Gilbert Stanley Underwood, 1927.

Contemporary Structures:
2.82Badger Pass Ski Lodge, Yosemite National Park. Eldridge Spencer, 1937.
2.83Flaine Ski Resort, Near Chamonix, France. Marcel Breuer, 1968.
2.84Cantilevered Structure, Flaine Ski Resort. Marcel Breuer, 1968.
2.85Buildings on the Sestriere Pass (Elevation 6600 feet) in the Cottian Alps.
2.86Hotel and Station for the "slittovna" to Lago Naro above Sauze d'Oulz. Carl Mollino, 1947.
2.87Kirkwood Meadows Lodge, Lake Kirkwood, California. Bull Field Volkmann and Stockwell, 1972.
2.88The Torino refuge-hotel at 11,000 feet on the Colle dell Gigante in the Mount Blanc Group. Remo Locchi, 1951.
2.89Paradise Visitors Center, Mount Rainier National Park. Wimberly Wisenadd Allison & Tong with McGuire and Muri, 1965.
2.90Breuil Cervina (elevation 6700 feet) in the Valle d'Aosta, 1984.
2.91Pavillion Soixante-Dix, Saint Sauveur, Quebec. Peter D. Rose, 1979.
2.92Day Lodge, Panorama Village, B. C. Perkins Macdonald Bellprat, study model, 1979.
2.93Snow Park Center, Deer Valley Resort, Park City Utah. Esherick Momsey Dodge & Davis, 1981.

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Master of Architecture Thesis
(M. Arch - University of Washington - 1986)


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