The demolition crew is currently removing the white glazed brick bathrooms, resulting in a completely open interior. Don’t worry, the new Lodge plans call for more glazed brick. The next step will be the opening of the breezeways.
It was a privilege to spend a blustery afternoon in front of a fire in the Great Hall, talking to former directors Eddie Sears, Betty Anne Cody, and Carol & Howard Hovde about some of their personal memories of the place and their hopes for a renovated Lodge. Short film coming soon.
The demolition crew is working its way down the Lodge, removing interior walls as it goes. The result is a spacious, new interior view. Shown here is a corridor of four upstairs rooms.
A late summer charette with the Project Team resulted in the following conceptual renderings of the new Lodge. While not necessarily definitive of the final buildout, these early views do provide a good overview of the new breezeway concept and the interior room with built-ins.
In November 2015 we embark on our comprehensive Laity Lodge renovation project. Our mission is to renew, restore, and improve our namesake: the Lodge itself. These are the bedrooms we offer our welcomed guests, alongside inviting them into “the most comfortable living room in the Hill Country.” Early timelines show this project extending into late…