Our Story

A Place With Purpose.

A Vision For Better.

Splinter Creek’s owners originally purchased the property as a timber investment. When their first harvest unveiled the beauty and character of the land, the couple exchanged their initial plans for time spent exploring the forests and meadows of Splinter Creek, and have spent more than a decade building an intimate connection with the land.

After building their own waterfront residence, their experience led them to seek out a unique set of collaborators who could realize a greater vision to restore and enhance the property through nature and design for family, friends and all.

TIME

Respect the past, embrace the present, cultivate the future.

PRESERVATION

Live and build with the land. Leave only traces worth preserving.

EXPERIENCE

Embrace uncommon, meaningful experiences that stir the soul.

CRAFTSMANSHIP

Create with a quality and an aesthetic that will last forever.

NATURE

Let nature lead because everything starts, ends and is enveloped by her.

COMMUNITY

Consider community impact — at Splinter Creek and beyond.

Collaborators

Lake Flato

Master Plan

Lake Flato is responsible for the site’s original master plan and architectural vision. The firm also designed the first residence – the boathouse.

Construction Zone

Design & Build

Andy Byrnes, AIA, and lead architect Matt Muller have designed and built Splinter Creek’s Community Porch, and are involved with other signature site construction.

Carlton Edwards

Residential Architect

Jeff Edwards and team are responsible for the design of Old Cedar Cove and Silent Shade.

Lang Architecture

Residential Architect

Drew Lang and his team are responsible for the design of the turnkey Splinter Creek lake home and upgrade features.

Howorth & Associates Architects

Residential Architect

Tom Howorth and team are responsible for the design of Camelback and Wildwood.

Weaver
Architecture

Residential Architect

Responsible for the design of a modern cabin that is available to residents.

Vermont Integrated Architecture

Residential Architect

Jean Terwilliger is responsible for the design of Seldom Seen.

Robert Poore

Landscape Architect

Robert Poore serves as chief curator of the landscape plan at Splinter Creek. His work is showcased in many outdoor spaces at Splinter Creek.

Landscape Studio

Ecology

The late Ed Blake’s vision for Splinter Creek is seen in the diverse forests, open meadows, and wetlands that makes up our community.

LOCH Collective

Landscape Architect

Jordan Loch Crabtree and his team are designing minimalistic gardens that connect the Splinter Creek lake home with the surrounding landscape.

Sustainable Solutions

Landscape design

Responsible for installing the community's landscaping, including all communal areas as well as the grounds of East Cove and the Boathouse.

Xcavators

Lakes & Roads

The team at Xcavators are responsible for bringing to life the Splinter Creek lakes, road clearing and provide site prep for residential construction.

Studio Sanderson

Brand & Marketing

Studio Sanderson works to ensure our story, principles and beliefs are expressed across all mediums in the most cohesive and compelling way.

Sprouthouse

Public & Media Relations

Sprouthouse handles our public and media relations, providing integrated communications support. For media related questions, contact: splintercreek@sprouthouseagency.com.

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