PrecisionCraft Design Takes Center Stage
Created by M.T.N Architects, PrecisionCraft’s experienced team of log home designers, the Caribou log home plan hit the limelight last year when it was recognized by Log Home Design for 2007’s “Best Single-Level Floor Plan.”
Since its feature in Log Home Design, PrecisionCraft’s Caribou plan has staked its reign over most log home floor plans. And, the many accolades continue into 2008. The Caribou plan is voted “Best of the Best” in Log Home Living’s 10th Annual Floor Plan contest.
The Caribou, as highlighted in Log Home Living’s April 2008 issue, is favored by the 3rd party judges for its single-level floor plan living, split bedroom layout, integration with the outdoors, and use of a massive three-fireplace structure. Also voted as the Editors’ Pick, the Caribou floor plan was a shoe-in for this awards contest. Katherine Schuster, Log Home Living’s Editorial Assistant writes, “This plan had us at hello – literally. The unconventional angled entry porch adds a unique architectural element to the home from the moment you set foot inside the door. The rest of the home is just as captivating: The communal areas blend together seamlessly, and the transition to outdoor living space is just as effortless, providing an ideal setup for entertaining. A three-fireplace structure that can be enjoyed from the living room, outdoor patio or master bedroom extends the cohesiveness to the bedroom wing. The home is cozy and intimate without being cramped, and therefore will surely have us for many years to come.”
M.T.N Architects’ designer, Michael Ray, has hit a hot button with the design of the Caribou and has set the bar for the rest of the industry. The level of technical proficiency at M.T.N Architects and the 125 years of combined experience in high-end, mountain style architecture have positioned M.T.N Architects as the leader in mountain style design across the United States.
The team of designers at M.T.N Architects can take any standard floor plan featured at PrecisionCraft.com and redesign it to match your product choice (handcrafted log, milled log, timber frame, or a combination of materials), architectural style, and budget. Your design options are unlimited.