Bousquet Mountain

Allegrone operated as the Architect and Builder for Bousquet Mountain’s new 18,000 square foot, mixed-use lodge. The original 1941 building, which had its share of structural and safety challenges over the years, was taken down in order to make way for the construction of the new lodge.

The design entailed an innovative approach to building orientation and location, resulting in vast natural light, views of the mountain, and direct connections to the outdoor recreation. This seamless indoor/outdoor environment was enhanced by large scale south-facing glazing, a building form influenced by the surrounding landscape, and indoor vertical connections by way of a second floor mezzanine. Returning visitors are pleased to enjoy the simple, modern, state-of-the-art spaces catered towards its occupants; a new restaurant and bar, multipurpose space, ski and board rental shop, offices and ski school, ticketing, and event spaces – all of which dramatically improve and pay homage to the original mountain and lodge loved by so many in the Berkshires and surrounding regions.

  • Client
    Mill Town Capital
  • Location
    Pittsfield, MA
  • Architect
    Anthony Allegrone AIA NCARB, Allegrone Companies
  • Delivery
  • Size
    15,800 sq ft

This painting represents the early concepts of design. A visual is created utilizing the project’s constraints and requirements to illustrate the relationships between form and space and to stimulate new ideas and creativity.

Timelapse of Bousquet Mountain's Construction