Garrison Architects completes modernist Catskills retreat with 24 elevated cabins

Prefabricated wooden cabins perched on stilts surround a central lodge at this 50-acre resort in the Catskill Mountains designed by Brooklyn firm Garrison Architects.

Called Piaule, the boutique hotel and spa is the brainchild of Nolan McHugh and Trevor Briggs, the NYC-based creatives behind the homeware brand of the same name.

The Piaule resort is situated in New York’s Catskill Mountains

Located between the Upstate New York town of Hudson and Hunter Mountain, alongside Kaaterskill Creek, the retreat is set on 50 acres of woodland that was formerly an active bluestone quarry.

The site features state-protected wetlands, including

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