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Great Northern Lodge

Montana has some of the finest homes in the country and The Great Northern Lodge is truly the grand daddy of them all. This heirloom home was inspired by the lodges of Glacier National Park. The Great Northern Lodge was designed and constructed with timelessness and grandeur; a quality rarely seen in today’s fast paced construction.

The overall aesthetic uniquely exemplifies Parkitecture style masonry.  The homeowner made a commitment to quality at the beginning of the project, wishing to use stone as the dominant material element. The stone selection was to be an indigenous stone that replicated the unique, maroon colored Sperry Chalet stone, accompanied by a masculine scale. A local quarry was opened specifically for the construction of this lodge, located near the project site. Since it was not a regular stone type, the design team named the stone ‘Sperry Stone’ after the Sperry Chalet.

Astec pitted rubbed bronze windows from Venice, Italy were selected to compliment the Sperry stone. There is over 100,000 board feet of hand hewn white oak timbers all hand scribed and fitted in place. The roof was quarried for this project in Vermont and there is over 500,000 pounds of hand chiseled slate supported by a massive amount of structural steel hidden in the design.

Great Northern Lodge incorporates centuries of gained knowledge on masonry construction with modern design and construction capabilities and will stand as one of northern Montana’s most distinguished structures for centuries to come.


Whitefish, Montana


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