BANK OF GREENE COUNTY
Catskill-inspired architecture appropriate to its proposed setting, just outside an historic resort village on the “Mountain Top”. All natural materials were used for the exterior, including fieldstone, cedar shingles, locally milled trim, and recycled Douglas fir for a true hammerbeam timber frame at the main public spaces. The Banking Room is lit by indirect uplight reflected from the basswood ceiling. Other timber details and exposed rafter tails create an authentic look on all side of the building. A handsome, low stone retaining wall that originally existed across half the site has been fully extended as a partial screen to the blacktop and strong visual base for the building.